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... its edge where Bar/Restaurants/Gelaterias are found.
Dominating one side of the Piazza is the ancient Town Hall, decorated with dozens of coats of arms of the many men of power controlling the city over the centuries.
The floor of the Piazza is raked making it a favourite place for people to sit and when we were strolling through there were men taking down scaffolding from ...
... conversion to racetrack. Tons of sand has been imported and compacted around the outer perimeter of the square, and grandstands (or bleachers as they have called them), have been erected. Many of the cafés on this outer rim have limited access during this few days leading up to the event. We spoke with one of the wait staff who told us they have to set up their cafe 3 times each day,.. clearing the track each time something is to happen,.. eg: practice,.. watering of the ...
... cheese, salads, grilled vegi's meats and of course wine! Since we were heading to Chianti, we went with Eduordo's recommendation from a family who he used to work for.
Our pizza's came out, but at that point we had all been eating appetizers so we probably didn't enjoy it as much as expected. Long, but great day...ready for tomorrow!
BTW...pics aren't loading well, so will load more once I get better connectivity.
... We are now hearing about the lack of a budget and the US Government shutdown. Apparently the massive cemetery for over 4,000 American casualties in central Italy is run by an little branch of the US government and it was closed. Our loss, as we had to skip this stop after almost running through the closed gates. I hope this mess gets fixed before we get back home . . . Siena is a medieval city that never quite recovered after the Black ...
... met off the boat suggested we must go and we weren't really sure what to expect then out of nowhere it appeared high up on the hill, was such a beautiful sight!! It is beautiful small medieval hill town also known as the 'town of fine towers'. After wandering around we went inside the Collegiata church (sorry no cameras allowed), it contained lots of art work etc but was not as impressive as some churches we had already seen. Next was a trip up the ...