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So Luigi and I sat down in the square and we started sharing our stories. He was 28, he owned his own purse shop and it was pretty successful. He doesn't have a girlfriend but is looking for someone different, not in Italy. I told him all about my boyfriend and my life back home. We started talking about his business. I learned that in some ways having an actual store is cheaper than a stand, although the stands do more business. ...
First, the Duomo (cathedral), built from 1296 to ...
... This sloping, fan-shaped public square is the site of the Palazzo Pubblico (Town Hall), with the unmistakable Torre del Mangia, a 300-foot-tall tower rising by its side.
Twice each year, for the past 600-years, the peace and tranquility of this square turns into mayhem, when the Palio di Siena is held. Ten horses and bareback riders, dressed in the appropriate colors of the city ward (“contrada”) each one represents, make a mad dash around the square in ...
... at Eataly, one of the recommended eating places, something unique being a combo of upmarket, organic supermarket and stool-at-bar eating in 4 sections, carne(meat), pesce(fish), pizza and pasta or table upstairs of the same menu. All the staff are young and groovy and the 4 section chefs all young men.
Very enjoyable meal in interesting though not at all traditional environment. An experience!
... around the city. It reminded us a little of Vienna with beautiful buildings and statues around every corner. We had a traditional Tuscan dinner in the evening at a local restaurnat recommended by our hotel which was fantastic. We sat next to a lovely English couple who were planning a trip to New Zealand later in the year. We gave them lots of advice on where to go and how long to spend in each place and also gave them Mum and Dad's email address in case they make it down ...
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