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The Gothic City of Siena

Let’s step aside to one of the oldest Italian cities. Welcome to the city of Siena! This amazing and historical place seduces with its sleepless environment, medieval architecture and cozy atmosphere. In my opinion, I think there is no person who will not become thrilled with its central piazza known as Il Campo. It’s legendary for Palio horse race that takes place twice a year and draws hundreds of spectators, while during the rest of the year it presents the main place for people’s meetings. Unlike other Italian cities that sparkle with excessive luxury, the city of Sienna succeeded to keep its own unique charm. So, you’d better not expect to go shopping and eating at expensive restaurants ‘cause this place has to offer only plenty of Gothic architecture and marvelous history. Among the buildings overlooking Piazza del Campo, you will see and should visit the Palazzo Comunale (or Palazzo Pubblico, which is the city's Town Hall) and the Torre del Mangia. Furthermore, the city has a range of fantastic museums and galleries such as the Siena Civic Museum and the National Gallery. The historic center of Siena is one of the best preserved in the region and is a true joy to explore.

What else to visit?

From other magnificent treasures of Siena, I highly recommend you visit the Cathedral, the Crypt, and the Piccolomini Library of Piazza del Duomo. The Cathedral is enriched with works signed by famous artists such as Donatello, Nicola Pisano, Michelangelo and Pinturicchio. After you’ve visited all previously mentioned monuments, it’s definitely time for a break and to try one of the best Siena’s specialties- ice cream! Bar Pasticceria Nannini offers the best ice cream you’ll ever taste. The Museum dell’Opera contains many of the original art pieces from the Cathedral. The most popular part of the museum is the panoramic view point at the top where you will have a magnificent view of the Cathedral as well as the rooftops of Siena and the Tuscan hills.

Glacier National Park - A Slice of Heaven!

Glacier National Park is situated in the Rocky Mountains of Montana in the United States of America (USA) close to the border of Canada. My husband, my daughter and I drove from Seattle through the scenic highways to Montana, then down to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Many people do not know that you only need one ticket per car which costs $80 to see all the National Parks in the US, valid for one year! Maps are provided and there are visitor centers that have friendly and informed staff. You can find lodging in the Park itself but you need to book well in advance as it fills up quickly. Since we are big procrastinators, we could not find a suitable Airbnb in the US. This worked to our advantage since we stayed just across the border in Alberta, Canada and were able to also see the Waterton National Park and breathtaking views of the sunset in the countryside. If you decide to go to Waterton, make sure you have a meal at the Prince of Wales hotel which has a spectacular view and friendly staff. Unlike Yellowstone National Park, you need to hike to get to scenic spots and hidden lakes. The hikes are relatively easy but it’s worth to invest in a good pair of hiking shoes. The east part of the Park is much prettier than the west side - so if you only have a day, it would be best spent on the east side. There are also water falls in Glacier Park and you can jump into the water from a height so don't forget your swimming suit if you are interested. There are bear signs everywhere, so if you are going with young children or don't fancy running into them, be sure to carry a bell that comes with or without a pepper spray! We were told that 25% of the glaciers have already disappeared due to global warming - they estimate that by 2038 there will be none left if it continues at this rate. So be sure to visit while the glaciers are still there and the water level is relatively high.

Australia shopping and travel tips

A traveler to Australia might need a brief respite after arrival due to the distance it has taken to travel to the continent. Some travelers might be groggy and feel out of sorts for a day or two because of the time differences involved, and the traveler might not be clear on what they are allowed to bring into the country and what is strictly prohibited. Plants and plant by-products require a quarantine period which might slow travelers down considerably. Visitors to Australia have free sightseeing trips that they can enjoy. There is a variety of transportation modes available throughout Australia. A traveler can get great bargains on bus or train tickets if they participate in discount card programs. There are terrific discounts for travelers with this type of membership because the discounts extend to tours at public buildings, amusement parks and arcades and many fine dining opportunities. The shopping hours throughout Australia are generally 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday to Saturday and Sundays and public holidays from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. While shopping in Australia for many items, there are some tipping rules that will make the shopping go smoother. Even though in many respects tipping is relatively new in Australia. While dining with friends at lunch or dinner, and if you have enjoyed your meal and your waiter was lovely, then you can tip your waiter for upto 10 percent of the final bill. You can also tip the people who help along the shopping path such as porters at hotels and taxi drivers who speed travelers to their next shopping destination. Taking advantage of many travel discounts will be high on every travelers list. A visitor to Australia will have to be mindful of the time changes throughout the continent that could have a direct effect on scheduling a vacation or a daily shopping excursion to other parts of the continent that have not been visited yet. The time changes, in conjunction with the air travel fatigue, might overcome older travelers. It is always a good idea to keep the time factor, and time schedules for transportation and retail locations handy at all times. When planning vacation trips to any foreign countries, there are many entry rules that will apply. In order to enter the continent of Australia, travelers are required to have a valid passport on them at the point of entry, and some people run into difficulties because they do not have valid visitor visa or student visa. The only exceptions to the two-document rule apply to those that hold passports from New Zealand. Duty-free shopping is encouraged at all major airports throughout the world. For travelers that plan to visit Australia, there are rules that apply to duty-free items that arrive with the passenger at the point of entry. Travelers must declare any foreign currencies that they enter Australia with, as well as any plant or animal by-products, and also to declare tobacco products, because there is a certain limit allowed for each person that travels. Age limits will apply to travelers who bring duty-free items into Australia too.