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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and now you can see brick has replaced the marble, it is still not finished. After the cathedral we took time out of our hectic sightseeing schedule to sit and soak in the atmosphere of il campo. Il campo is so busy since it is the social and cultural heart of Siena. It is also home to the big clock tower and fountain which are attractions themselves. In the afternoon we went to Forte Di Santa Barbara which is the remains of an old roman fortress. ...
... on for dear life. Then we passed a sign that said deer crossing and well, that just made Keith even more nervous. I mean...first of all we were in a matchbox car and second of all, we were in a car with basically a piece of saran wrap covering the top and they called it a "convertible". It was cute and all but it certainly wouldn't be my first choice...least where safety is concerned. Nonetheless, it seemed to hug those curves like a piece ...
... Was there a festival happening? Was it a holiday? Nope, just a random Saturday morning in October. And these were just tourists. The first tourists I had seen since I had been in Italy. This thought made me flash back to being a tourist in Rome--being one of the pack of non-natives that continually swarms the famous city. It seems like a different country from Parma, which is such a tight-knit city of locals that even ...
... in Siena, we camped up and there was a horrendous thunder ...
Since it took all day to travel from the coast to Siena, we really only had one full day in Siena. So we decided to jump on the band wagon and do a tour of Chianti and San Gimignano, with a tour of a winery estate and wine tasting, of course! Our first stop on the tour was right outside of Siena at the Monteriggioni Castle. It very neat to learn that this castle was the fort used back in the war of Siena vs. Florence because ...