Subject: Southern Tuscany
Hi all.

The Webers asked about a good place to stay in Southern Tuscany.

Actually, I don't think they, or anyone else, would be unhappy with any of the superb choices thus far mentioned, but let me add Arezzo to the list. It is relatively small, but large enough to have amenities that come from cities, and a fascinating jewelry museum and Petrarch's house. It is also far less touristed than Siena or San Gimignano. We spent a delightful day there last May.

Enjoy. We have to wait 7 and a half months to return to Italy.

Ira H. Bernstein University of Texas-Arlington