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  1. What a beautiful stopover! We took a train from Venice to Florence too but since our time was going to be so short in Florence, we didn’t stop anywhere. I wish we did though, Siena looks so beautiful!

  2. (I think your photos are too big, or there are too many but they aren’t loading on my computer..)

    Anyways, Siena is high on my list and I love reading travel chic-lit that take place in Siena! #WanderfulWednesday

  3. Siena is gorgeous! I just book four nights for my family in Siena and I cannot wait. I spent some time at an agriturismo just outside the city a few years ago and it was the most beautiful (and tasty) trip I think I’ve ever had. However we didn’t spend much time in the city itself so your photos have gotten me excited to see it again and really explore the city!

  4. And now I need to plan a trip to Siena immediately!! The hotel you stayed in looked beautiful – I love the modern boutque-y touches!! You’ve sold me a trip there!

  5. I haven’t been to Siena yet. So sad since the city is gorgeous. I king of default to stay in big cities but a lot of times my best travel memories come from staying in small cities and towns. I would love to stay in Siena. #wanderfulwednesday

  6. That window, with that view, is the stuff dreams are made of! Thank you for this lovely tour around the city. It’s so beautiful! My husband and I went on a day trip there on our honeymoon, and the clock tower at the university we met at is modelled on the palace in the campo, so that was pretty cool.

    I can’t get over those shots of the duomo! Those colours!!

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