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A Day Trip to La Foce: Secret Garden Tour Followed by Real Local Taste

Tuck away my heavy feather jacket, take out my trench coat and colorful ballerina shoes, as the Spring is officially here! Me and my husband had been wanting a nice day trip in Tuscany for a while, however the past unpredictable weather held us from actually doing it. But last week we finally made it! […]
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An Adventure in San Gimignano

Adventure: an exciting or unusual experience; a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome. (ref: dictionary.com) I was in San Gimignano, the beautiful walled medieval hill town in the province of Siena. It was full of people on that day. And it required patience to move forward with the crowd. Then I found the […]
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Siena, Where You can Listen to the Dialogue between Birds and Sculptures

It is always cheerful for me to see the interactions between natural and artificial beings. And last time when I was in Siena, I was lucky to witness it in the Piazza del Campo! Pigeons were flying above the plaza, coming and going away. When they were tired, they found spots to relax: they drank […]
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To Siena, with a Loving Heart of the Summer

Summer in Italy is absolutely enjoyable. I took a trip to Siena the other day and spent a lovely day there. Attractive as all the Tuscany towns, Siena offers nice middle-age style environment, beautiful countryside view, historic architectures, etc. I spent some time in the Piazza del Campo sitting on the ground while enjoying the […]
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