Villa Piccola Siena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Piccola Siena
A beautiful piazza with churches, town hall, restaurants, etc.
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... to go to the old walled city of San Gimigniamo! We had a bit of time to explore, and we were able to get some gelato that is ranked one of the best in the world! It was delicious!!! Apparently Obama and his wife came to this gelato shop a few years ago so now they have a flavor called Michelle Obama... We didn't try it, it was too hard to figure out what was in it! We hopped back on ...
... our fourth day in sienna, can't really remember. We leave here tomorrow but have just bought tickets to a selection of operatic arias for tonight. ..... Awesome ..... Aussies abroad
So after almost two weeks of hitting the ground running, one needs to spend ones time contemplating under a magnificent magnolia tree in an ancient garden, with a tortoise. Steve has trotted off somewhere with tripod and camera, so just me and little T.
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... shelter from the Black Death which so ravaged the region. The remainder of our Siena stay was spent wandering it's narrow cobbled streets, window shopping and stepping into old churches, cloisters, monasteries, and markets. University students abounded, providing a fresh contrast to older citizens doing their daily tasks, shopping for the evenings meal and commiserating in the town's piazzas. For a great slice of Tuscan life, Siena is a great ...
... amp; followed the roads up and down in the general direction. By the time we reached the church the storm was around us and the rain was getting heavier and we still had to find the car (which I did by GPS). We got inside the car just as it became torrential and we drove back to the hotel in very limited visibility (& we were hoping the GPS wouldn't suddenly stop working) with huge bolts of lightning all around. Looked really cool. Arriving at the hotel the storm had ...
... wife. We got a great tour and sat down to a much needed meal. The olive oil, bread and meats were to die for. Talk about getting the old folks snockered hahaha... After full bellies of wine we headed back to the hotel to get ready for a great night out in Montecatini Alto which was a small town directly above our hotel that we had to reach by tram. The view on the way up was incredible and we had the best meal so far in ...