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... the main square and site of the 330-foot City Tower, City Hall and Fountain of Joy. There we found an outdoor restaurant and enjoyed a leisurely lunch. Afterward we gazed in awe at Siena's ornate and absolutely stunning Duomo! It's exterior is divided into sections, each filled with patriarchs and prophets, studded with gargoyles and topped with Gothic pinnacles. Sitting at the highest point of the city, it's ...
... since it's at least in english) since I don't know how to get to american one
-There's probably a bunch of spelling errors in this post. Spell check tool on website think's I'm typing in italian, so every single english word is showing up as being misspelled, so no spell check
-Mom, yeah, definitely had to just give in and drink wine. Pretty big part of the culture here, obviously. ...
The perfect partly cloudy sky gave us great conditions for capturing Siena in just the right light. We really enjoyed wandering in this medieval town. The Duomo was truly spectacular. It was built in the 1200's and was filled with beautiful sculptures from Bernini, as well as frescos, paintings, and unbelievable works of art.
We also were inspired by our friend Beth to ...
... the day 9 and 10 folder.
A short sit by the pool enjoying the post card views it was time to get ready for dinner. While in Montepulciano we read that Osteria Acquacheta is the place to try Bifsteka. This is cut of meat prepared in a traditional way and is meant to be the very best here. Something that if you are a meat eater (sorry Hayley) you should try. I had researched a restaurant that had both Bifstecca but also an authentic Tuscan experience. ...
... great cathedral. I trekked to the roof of the unfinished "new" cathedral for a panoramic view of the city. Apparently the well-to-do Siena population decided that they should have a cathedral that was bigger than their rival in Florence. They broke ground on a building that boasted a huge 12 or 15 story wall that jutted out from the already massive original cathedral. The original huge cathedral would serve as a side rectory or wing In the new (doomed) plan. ...