Podere Il Caggio Appartements
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... trying to move the van out of a tight spot without hitting any cars. Yikes! Stressful!
And the bikers - John and Tom biked mostly together. They had a great day - topped off with a beer on their way home in San Gimignano! The rest of us - not so great
First of all - just so you know - we biked only 23 miles - but with close to four thousand feet of elevation gain! This route ...
This morning we all woke up much earlier and went to go explore Tuscany. Our first stop was stopping in San Gimignano, which was such a cute little town. We went through the Duomo and museum they had there. They had some old hymns open, so I sang in my Latin priest voice. I thought I did pretty good. :) We had lunch in town square, which was some good people watching. The town had a bunch of towers and the windows and doors were ...
... the statues were usually naked - mum why do they not wear clothes & by the end could not even look at the statues! Meg enjoyed the experience & Tom tried his best as we told him his year 7 art teacher would be impressed he had been here!
There is a photo of Marty looking at a blank wall on the way art contemplating this art - he got so many few looks and back turns - It was hilarious to watch!
By then it was 3.30pm & we needed ...
... to include Siena yesterday, with its magnificent central Piazza and its Palazzo dl Populo - the people's palace, as the town was a republic in the early Renaissance and paintings on the wall represent good and bad government. Bob has been reading "The Name of the Rose" about church corruption in the late Middle Ages and what they did with heretics. In San Gim we went to a Museum of Torture, which showed all the ...
... The marathon was not 26.2 miles, it just meant that people would be running. In order to be allowed to register for the run one has to supply medical papers proving that one's health is good enough to handle the strenuous physical activity. The papers cost hundreds of euros to obtain because it involves intensive tests and doctor examinations. In the US I feel like it's more a "run at your own risk!" system. So I was definitely part of the walkathon.