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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Today Jessica celebrated her 9th birthday. It was the first time that she had a summer birthday.
We went to the beautiful city of Siena for the day. We saw 'Il Campo' where a famous horse race is run each year. It is like a very big piazza with a small castle at one side (now used as a museum) and buildings and cafes all around the rest of ...
... produce as well a little shops. There are ramparts around the city with amazing views of the Tuscan landscape, we got to go up one.
After a very long day it was time to return to Florence. It was a lovely but rushed intro to yet another gorgeous part of Italy. Just not enough time to do everything!
Dinner tonight was a quick one at a local Pizzeria called Yellow. Can't believe tomorrow is our last day in Florence. Our time away has flown.
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... represent different districts of the city, they all have their own stands and colours and every contrada tries to out sing the others. The crowd too are wearing their districts colours. The horses are brought in from outside the city and are allocated at random to each contrada. The riders are amazingly bare back, a real feat to stay on as they dash round a tight circuit as they race around the piazza. It's all over in 90 seconds. Apparently the races have ...
... re all great. All towns should have them. They're a great place to meet, to people watch, to rest and to show off the town. This particular town's Piazza is famous for it's horse race that takes place each year called the Palio de Siena which dates back to 1310 and is still run today.
The shops around the town square sell the most beautiful terracotta tiles and plates, and jugs and we could ...