- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Another cold clear night passed. We caught the bus into the city. We plan to visit the cathedral and it's museums. We arrived a little early and had to wait to pay for the inclusive ticket to all the areas is the cathedral. Just after 10.30 we entered through the main entrance the interior is unlike any other religios building that we have been in, the floor is made up of 56 large inlaid panels depicting historical and religious subjects. ...
... time under the bonnet or that's where he thought it was. Close inspection revealed that a heater hose, that drops down behind the engine to then feed the rear heater, had been rubbing against a rib on the chassis. Fortunately we have some pipe joiners and jubilee clips, so the repair wasn't too difficult, but also not so easy sprottling on your back underneath the vehicle. Once that was sorted, a test revealed another ...
... choice to the sommelier) oh and a 1994 desert wine that was of so good ! The food was exquisite ! Albeit, poor Leslie, they screwed up on, pistachio is a nut fools! Her main had to be re done, and I actually had a taste, her duck was better without. Today's ride was awesome, 61k, but only 900m in ascents! One not so nice, but otherwise gentle rolling hills on fairly quiet roads through spectacular vineyard covered hill sides. Today's bonus .... No rain ...
... but some shops sold proper Italian leather gloves so i treated myself to what is hopefully a long lasting souvenir in some brown leather gloves lined with wool. The lady in the final shop was very patient while i tried on about 10 pairs and ummed and ahhed for ages deciding!
So that was today, a lot of dipping in and out of shops walking around Siena. I was planning on getting the bus to Florence tomorrow but after my last bus experience I might try the train!
... calorie-conscious breakfast we ruined it all with chocolate, lemon, almond or orange cake!
First we drove to Radda, a small town about 20 minutes away. We had heard that they had a great leather shop there for shoes and handbags. Sounded like a great idea to me! Lots of lovely little shops there but the leather place was a bit disappointing- no purchases made! We then drove on to Castellina, another fortified toen a further 20 or so minutes ...