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... what their mascots are, to be honest.
We made our way up the hill to the Piazza Grande. I can't imagine pushing a full wine barrel up that street very quickly. Or maybe at all. I'd likely wind up like Sisyphus, never actually reaching the top. Though I doubt I'd have to keep pushing the barrel up the hill, it'd like split at the bottom and we'd all drink wine out of the puddles on the ground. Now that I think about it, maybe I will see if I can make an appearance ...
... we preferred Pienza over Sienna. Sienna has about 60k people while Pienza has about 3k so there are less things to do, but it was right up our alley.
Back to the story…Then we woke up, enjoyed the Tuscan sunset and came into our little apartment to relax.
It was dinner time (7:30 pm – 9 pm is dinner in Italy) and we had planned to cook in. We had purchased some pici pasta from the front desk earlier. When Doug felt hungry enough he got to cooking dinner. ...
... phone and see if they were still waiting there (they weren’t), and kept walking down to the pasticceria. This was _definitely_ Lizzie’s bag. We tried two sweets – Neither of which I can remember the name of. One was a pastry made with almond flour, eggs, and sugar. It was very sweet, very soft, and very good. The other was very similar to a fruitcake, just better. Again, I’ll look these up and plan to fill them in later. We picked up a package of ...
... chapels I had seen in the churches that I'd visited. The ceiling was very high and had the ten commandments surrounded by clouds which was cool. The ladies section was hidden on the second floor but apparently the women and the men just sit on opposite sides of the synagogue now. After the tour I grabbed my stuff and headed down the street to Piazza Del Campo, which contained the Tower of Mangia and the Civic museum. The tower was a fun and steep climb with narrow staircases. ...
... on. It was such a beautiful, sunny day and the views from every vantage point were stunning.
With Saacha navigating, we left Perugia for Montisi. It took us a little while to find our way out of Perugia, but once on track we were fine. It makes all the difference having someone assist!!!
At this stage, I had no idea why we were going to Montisi, other than the kids had organized something for my birthday and we needed to ...
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