Siena

We left Venice Thursday morning on a train that took us to Tuscany. I slept most of the train ride because we had stayed up quite late listening to the San Diego news on our iphones for news of the fires in our neigborhood in San Diego. Fortunately, over night the fires laid down and we could continue our journey with less worry.

On our last day in Venice, we walked to St. Marks Cathedral. Ruth, who has a habit of tap dancing in front of historical locations did a short tap dance and Rick, Eileen and I posed for photos. in route to Siena we visited the world's largest private rose garden that contains over 6,000 roses.  

On our last day in Venice, we walked to St. Marks Cathedral. Ruth, who has a habit of tap dancing in front of historical locations did a short tap dance and Rick, Eileen and I posed for photos.

in route to Siena we visited the world's largest private rose garden that contains over 6,000 roses.  

Today we painted in the garden of our Siena hotel and then took off in the van to visit Montisi and San Querico D'Orcia in Tuscany

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