Hotel Mille Miglia
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There was some sort of race, maybe a duathalon just finishing in the main Piazza, looked like my kinda race - most of the competitors were handed bottles of wine at the finish line! We wandered around the cute little streets and alleyways and found a nice restaurant for lunch. We had delicious pasta and risotto and then walked some more and stumbled across the ruins of an amphitheatre which impressed the kids and Shelton.
We were up early ...
Emmanuele and I took our time with the food and wine. Towards the end of the dinner we started discussing food culture in general -- he is worried about the future of food in the world because, with artificial sweeteners, sugary and salty snacks and the need for everything to be cheap, quick and simple, people might one day lose touch with true, traditional food, and therefore the culture as well. He said there are kids ...
... del Campo, lying in the sun. Il Campo stages a horse race twice a year with riders from the various families which must be amazing to see. It is a sloping, semi-circle area - not what you would think would be ideal for a no holds bar horse race!
We then visited the Duomo - amazing building. Lots of marble black and white stripes inside and out, which made a nice change to the other cathedrals we had seen previously. ...
... the table of the owner. So cute!
Eventually we got our food, after a long wait. We only ordered fries and a pizza. Our fries came out way earlier than the pizza - which was fairly annoying. But hey. You move on!
It was actually a very very delicious pizza, and probably the most rustic in authenticity we have seen! So it was worth it!
After dinner we got some night photos before heading to our room to relax before our first full day here in Siena tomorrow. Ciao!
... words looks just like the website) but is better in real life, it has a real tuscan ambience. We are a bit early, but that is no problem for our host Laura. Laura gives us one of the converted barn rooms that are adjoined by a room with small kitchenette hidden in the cupboard and a dining table. We each have a spacious ensuited bedroom with queen and single bed and gorgeous french doors opening to the garden by the pool. Its is just lovely and the weather for our arrival ...