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... they keep their skylights open so we can see parts of the kitchen. At night, we can hear pans hissing and plates clanking together and really good smells waft up since we can keep the door open with the screen door shut.
Meg and I have our own bathroom to share, which is very nice. Every morning thus far, Silvia has sent both of us to school with an apple, something I find super old-school and endearing. At dinnertime, we still manage to have conversations despite ...
... depicting war scenes is what attracts my attention. I am fascinated by historical wartime. I get mesmerised by the huge paintings and just stare at their wonder.
There was a tomb with a dog at the foot in the floor upstairs. I thought that was so cool! Special dog he must have been!!
On the next floor up there is a Terrace that gets you a lovely view over Siena. We sat here for a while gazing out over the city. I put my head down and rested it on ...
... the restaurant there were tables along the street which provided a great view. The tables and chairs were propped up on piece of wood to make thugs level (or close)- which was great until you tried to adjust your stool. Both Jill and I almost took a tumble that way. By our last day when we stopped for a lunch of three side dishes and some white wine, the editor and apparent owner or manager both recognized us. Even got some tips for our trip to ...
Haleigh, Gina and I spent Saturday and Sunday in Siena, Italy. Siena is one word...breathtaking. There are so many rolling hills and every where is a different view of Tuscany. The atmosphere in Siena feels like vacation-mode. Everyone is laughing, smiling and soaking up sun in Piazza del Campo. Piazza del Campo has been one of my favorite places in Italy so far. It felt like being back on a college mall lawn (except that it is totally normal to have open ...
... waiting, lucky bugger. Jason has agreed to let us remain in the apartment till 12md so we can go straight to the station to get our 1313 train. I catch up on my blogging but just when I go to save the completed draft, the Internet packs it in and my morning has been wasted.......quelle dommage! Eventually we are packed up and set out to the station via a bus which conveniently stops out the front. I have not loved Rome and won't be sorry to leave. It is full of hustle ...
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