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... out, I have finally learned to do it as an email draft, and then save it first and copy'n'paste afterwards.
Anyway......I checked my draft of the Siena post and really hadn't missed much, except that we spent a lazy day doing little in the morning and finally went to Siena late, because Treas had desperately wanted to hear a gen-u-wine Italian Opera, and so we did....
... trip a Ravioli stuffed with ricotta and walnuts in a light gorgonzola cream sauce with pears. Warren’s filet was delicious in keeping with Tuscany’s reputation for fine beef. We ordered a salad to share and were amazed by the artful presentation - delicate fresh greens were topped with cherry tomatoes and julienned zucchini, all surrounded by very thin slices of apple.
Full and happy, we retired to get some rest before tomorrow’s wine tasting excursion.
One of the reasons we chose to devote the greatest number of our days to a stay in Florence was not only because of Florence itself, but also because there are so many choices of day trips into the Tuscan countryside from there.
Up early under a beautiful, clear sky, we watch the City awakening as we hurry past to hop a bus to Siena. It's lovely to catch glimpses of the Duomo without hordes of spectators blocking our ...
... Then we took a bus to the centre of Siena and had about an hours for shopping. We met at the piazza del campo (city square) and we had an awesome tour and learned a lot of cool facts about Siena. When we got back we had supper almost right away, it was ok. Then there was a pretty hilarious talent show that the teachers put a lot of effort into organizing :D tomorrow we head out to ...
Arrived at the train station with plenty of time to purchase tickets for Siena. The automated ticket machines were a bit of a challenge at first, but Jim was able to figure out how to get tickets for us and the bike for the train. The first conductor said our bike was to big for the train, but we headed for the platform anyway. Once the gear and bike were ...