Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Siena

We had a stopover at Pisa before embarking to our next destination. This time we were going to spend a couple of days in Siena.

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Postcards from Siena.



Making myself comfortable on Grandma's bed.



Once we had settled into our hotel room, we set off to explore the booti-ful town of Siena.

Our first stop was the Duomo.




Me, Dad and Grandma in front of Siena's magnificient cathedral.




One of Siena's quaint streets.



Next we went to Piazza Del Campo which occupies the site of the old Roman forum. All the buildings are so amazing.

This is the photo of Piazza Del Campo. Missus only manage to capture half of it!




We couldn’t resist taking some more photos. Me, Missus and Grandma posing in front of Palazzo Publicco.




Me and Missus. She never let me out of her sight.




Dad, Grandma and Me in the Piazza.




And here we are from angle.




There were many people came over to talk to us. (Actually they only wanted to talk to me!)



As we walked further along, we noticed that there was some kind of parade about to start.

One of the parade participants ready to fling his flag high up in the air.




Grandma and I were so impressed that we watched the entire procession before continuing our sight-seeing.




Finally we sat down for something to eat and drink. (A dog has to quench his thirst!) Yay!



For my last few posts, I’ve been ending my blog at a restaurant. This time I’m going to leave you with a picture of my booti-ful Grandma instead.

My Grandma whom I love dearly. I wonder what is she getting for me for my birthday???

Ciao.

4 comments:

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

What a great way to spend your birthday!

With such a special lady!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: Mom is always drawn to Milano fur her Alfa!

Honey the Great Dane said...

Aw...lovely pictures! Brought back memories for my human of her visit to Siena! :-)

Slobbers,
Honey the Great Dane

Sam said...

How beautiful! I wouldn't want to let you out of my sight either!

Sam

Maggie and Mitch said...

Another fun adventure for you, Homer! Your grandmother is a very pretty lady!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch