If you had one day to travel wherever you wanted to go, where would you go? More to the point, if you had one day to travel to wherever you wanted in Tuscany, where would you go? Florence is a possibility, as are Siena and Lucca and Pisa. You and a group of girlfriends could visit San Gimignano, a medieval hilltown in central Tuscany. The afternoon could be spent wondering through the tiny town's meandering streets (after they helped you recover from the forty-five minute roller-coaster of a bus ride). You could sip wine, soak up the sun, and marvel at both the built and natural landscape. You could savor the slow pace of the day. And maybe, as you take in the quiet countryside, you could reflect on your year of travel drawing to a close, and on the realization that where you go is not nearly as important as who you share the journey with.