Monteriggioni

Yesterday we visited the lovely town of Monteriggioni, perched on a hilltop guarding the approaches to Siena.

The Church Bells, that most Italian sound at midday

Monteriggioni is on the Pilgrim route, the Via Francigena, leading to Rome from Northern Italy. Here are the signposts and markers showing the way for the pilgrims to walk.

And finally, I spotted an APE – my favourite Italian vehicle. I’d love one of these at home.

Tomorrow we visit Florence before returning home. I’ve covered that city before so I’ll sign off for this Tour – I’ve been on the go for nearly a month continuously now and I’m getting tired. More blogging on my next Tour in 3 weeks. Until then.

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