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We woke up facing our last full day on the bike. After feeling off yesterday, Ken was back to his perky self and we were both ready for some cool biking. We also woke to birds chirping and beautiful blue skies. Not only will I miss the Tuscan scenery, food and wine, but I will also miss having our windows open at night and waking up to the birds ( …
Today I woke up ready for the bike. Ken, not so much. He was very slow moving and didn't sound or look like he was ready for anything but back to bed. He had a very long day on the bike yesterday, so it wasn't surprising. I headed down to breakfast and he eventually joined me. We went back to the room to get our riding gear, and I knew it was going …
... art so didn’t come with me). This was the Medici’s family art collection that was bequeathed to the city in the 1700’s. It is probably the best collection of Italian art in the country and definitely has the biggest tourist following. The lines to get in this place are ridiculous. If there is one thing Spain taught me (i.e. at the Alhambra in Granada), this is to buy all tickets to popular attractions on line. So that’s exactly what I did for ...
... Duomo (the local church) as well, and we heard about some of the amazing art in here - artworks by Michaelangelo, Donotello and Bernini, just to name a few. So many of the greatest ever artists all had a hand in the look of Siena's Duomo. It was an incredible place. And from there, we had a bit of free time in Siena, so we just went for a wander around a bit more, before getting some gelato and coffee and just sitting at a cafe in the ...
... yet. Most everything was open on the Ponte Vecchio but, again, it was only window shopping because everything there is so expensive. We walked across and then walked back on the other side of the river to the next bridge. I stopped in at a pharmacy because I needed a new hairbrush: mine broke this morning while I was drying my hair.
We stepped into a church that was nearly empty. Nothing spectacular inside, but several nice little side chapels and a pretty ceiling. I ...