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Renae Kaitlin and I started the day with a long bus ride to sienna! We got to be the ultimate tourists and had a tour with personal headsets and our guide had a microphone! We got to see the sienna cathedral and a hospital across the street that was used from about the 1700's until the 1990's! We then got back on the bus to our wine tasting lunch! It was very good! And beautiful! After we ...
... coat for Susan. We parked, found a ramped moving sidewalk going to a mall. Up the escalator we found a Japanese sushi restaurant called Sushaki. It must have been operated by Italian Japanese because we couldn’t figure out how the restaurant worked.
We found an escalator going up, and up and up ending on a busy street outside the ancient walls. After wandering about we discovered that the few cafes up there were closed on Sunday so we took the escalator trip back ...
... handed down through generations but still owned by the family it became a residence for important people , similar to Womby and Goldie I reckon, artists, musicians, writers; was occupied by the Germans in WWII. As far as I can tell, it is still owned by the family, it has the original family furnishings and art work through out the building, piano rooms, libraries, sitting rooms. Just glorious.
So back to the garden and the tortoise. I think ...
We woke up and had breakfast and there was a knock at the door. There was Anne - the owner Katia's mother-in-law with two beautiful, big, fresh organic lettuces for us. She speaks French so mum can talk with her. Shortly after we set off to Siena for the day - it was just over an hour to get there. When we got there we went to a massive market that had everything ...
... glass windows, but the ones that were there exhibited fantastic colors and details.
The Piccolomini Altar was designed to be the tomb of the Sienese-born Pope Pius III when he was a cardinal. But when he became a pope his tomb was then designated to be in the Vatican. Of the 4 statues around the perimeter of the altar one was done by Michaelangelo. It was interesting to see the ...