9.10.12

Italy Day 10: Siena, San Gimignano and Certaldo

Siena


San Gimignano


Certaldo


41 comments

  1. Italy looks so romantic - I LOVE your pics!
    XOXO
    -Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog:
    http://psbananas.com

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  2. Very romantic indeed and so much history too.

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  3. mmm...nothing "Chat up of the day"?...Please, share with us You Humour...write something funny that made You smile while visiting Italy...nessun altro Farfallone intorno a Te?...magari giusto un Pappagallo?!?...impossibile, They say that Italian men are all Tombeur de Femme...o no? Le Tue pillole di Umorismo sono così divertenti...scrivi qualcos'altro di Ironico, buffo che ti è accaduto!
    Ciao
    <3

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    1. No, chat up on that day... but will share any share-worthy incidents. Ciao, xo

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  4. Nice!
    I was much taken with Certaldo!
    Have another nice day in Italy!


    Sun and Sany

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  5. These photos represent what I adore about Italy.
    Have a fab Tuesday Hun xoxo
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  6. All the photos are just wonderful! I want to visit these places too! Thanks for sharing xoxo ES
    www.liveyourpassion.gr

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  7. Amazing places and awesome pictures! I always wanted to visit Sienna...

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  8. Oh you went to San Gimignano?! According to my mum it is a very typical Tuscan town, very picturesque. She spent a week in Siena and loved it. I think you know about the Palio right?? Imagine that big square turned into a big horse racing field!
    I guess I have to rethink about my day in London then, another person also told me that Crawley isn't exciting :) I'll just go and see what I find and be spontaneous lol x

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    1. Yes, I would love to see this event in Siena. I just wonder how they would fit it all in because it's not such a big place and the streets are narrow.

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  9. Your photos make me realize why I love Italy so much - it's such a fascinating place and has so much to offer but I still haven't managed to go to Siena. When I visit, I shall remember Nannini's ice cream!
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  10. Hi Anouka, you are right Siena is really awesome. Love all the photos you are taking in Italy, congrats:) Kisses!

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  11. Beautiful places, love how romantic they look!

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  12. Love these photos! I have heard Siena is wonderful...I really must get my way to Italy one day! Keep enjoying your holiday xx

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  13. Love your blog, first time I saw it. Follow you via bloglovin now, hope you will follow me back! Would mean a lot to me <3

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  14. Definitely need to visit San Gimignano someday!! Never heard of it until now..

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  15. first photo <3 totally love it!
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  16. wow))
    so nice pics)
    Angela Donava
    http://www.lookbooks.fr

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  17. cool! love it!

    http://glamourgirl-bg.blogspot.com/

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  18. Oh my goodness, these are just amazing. I love the picture with the clothesline the best. It is just gorgeous. xo

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  19. I really would like to visit this cities! xoxo, Mina from the blog The Style Fever

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  20. Truly amazing. Lucky you, darling Anouka! :)

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  21. I love the plants that grow up that house! Amazing looking towns :)

    Mooij

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  22. Such a beautiful traditional towns!

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  23. Wonderful post - it took me straight back to Siena! xo

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  24. Love always your pics!
    Have a great day!
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  25. Some beautiful photography!! lovely :)

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  26. I think I've said this before, but can we trade lives? The view from the old town is fantastic!

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  27. I've heard many people comment that Siena is just absolutely a serene city, and from these photos I believe it. Have you ever visited Tuscany? I'll have to check your previous trip posts.

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  28. youthful, bold and tasteful.

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  29. I have a lot of childhood memories in San Gimignano and Siena, they are so beautiful, love your pics as always ;)


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  30. so cuuuteee :)

    http://glamourgirl-bg.blogspot.com/

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  31. I would love to go to all these places. You take great photos.
    LA By Diana Live Magazine

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  32. So jealous you got to visit Siena, I've always always wanted to go there ever since my first year at architecture school when we learned about the public squares.... Btw can you tell, it's taking me a while to catch up on all these posts haha.

    xx Jenee C.
    {camo meets couture}

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