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... Score one for Jillian!
We hung out for a while after the shooting was over, but the grotto never opened. Instead we went to dinner and ended the day with a little gelato. Gelato count: 5
A gentleman decided to draw a portrait of me while we ate dinner. He was eating dinner at a table near us and seemed to be a regular at the restaurant. After dinner he gave it to us to keep. If you are interested in seeing the portrait let us know.
... between all of us. The magician was beyond belief. I am trying to describe some of the tricks but I just can do them justice but I will try to explain one and I am sure we will tell you the rest when we get home. One of my favourites was he got one of us to pick a card which was an ace of spades, he then bent the card and highlighted the slight bend in shape that had been left. He then clearly put the bent card in the middle of the deck, did a magic wave and his hand started ...
... the quality of each Duomo Siena wins hands down. We cruised around for a few hours and decided our feet hurt too much so grabbed a sixes of mixed beers and a bag of salt&vinager chips and set up shop on top of our building for a grand sunset. Towers surrounded us with fields of terra cotta roofs in every direction. Ran out of beer so opened up a bottle of Tuscany wine and stayed till it was finished. One of our best ...
... the one right in Piagaro's main square (not sure what its called but its owned by Lucca, the chef, and referred to by all as Lucca's). Groan, they(??) have set up a karaoke machine right next to the al fresco dining area. And worse still, Bronte makes us take the table right next to the speaker. Ok. Me? I've just had a long day out on the tourist circuit and I'm a bit toey. Karaoke is not my cup of tea, and I'd be much happier with a quick pizza and home ...
... for another hour and a half. There's a time when you are so cold that movement becomes difficult. It was at this juncture that we found ourselves with an important decision: wait around or return to the hotel with all of our fingers and toes safe from frostbite. Ultimately, we had to turn our backs on Santa Croce, meaning I didn't get to see Galileo, and Violet had to forfeit a chance to sneak a touch of Michelangelo's tomb. Stupid weather.
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