author’s note: Over the next 24 hours, I will likely be posting 4 blog entries, including days 7-9 and an additional one. My computer was experiencing technical difficulties in its compatibility with the hotel’s wifi network…..until an hour ago. So as I catch up, please note there is more than one entry today.
On our way back from Florence to Rome, a few hours south, we stopped for the day in Siena. Siena is much smaller than either of the other cities, and while Rome is Roman/modern and Florence is Renaissance, Siena is Medieval. It is in the hills of Tuscany. The city, itself, is extremely hilly. We took a bus to get there, and a train to continue on to Rome. I think the erratic bus ride made me a little queasy in the stomach, at first. And I was uninspired by the city for a while. Eventually, the camera came out: