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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... close to the centre in an old apartment block. It was tastefully decorated and would have been state of the art when it was first done but was a little dated now. The bathroom was huge with an enormous jacuzzi bath, although the shower cubicle was disappointingly small despite the large proportions of the bathroom.
We got a meal in the Piazza del Campo, the main square and had a ...
... food, as it should do when you are in Italy. Where to eat next !
We had been to a particular cafe twice before and food was great. Sometimes it just seems easier to go to same place. This time we have worked out how to order and eat here. Apitiser, Prima, Secondi, Dolci. Most of the time we have one plate to share for each course, that way we get to try more food. Oh, and a bottle of their local red. Lunch time red wine is something I can get used to. Sometimes ...
... HUGE LEMONS) and Limoncello was everywhere. We shopped around, went back and picked up our sandals (it took 1 hr to make them), then ate at the recommended restaurant. Instead of taking the 20 min bus back down to the harbor to meet up with the group, we decided we would walk down.... our waiter at the restaurant made it seem like an easy walk with only 300-400 stairs. BUT, we should've known it would be challenging. After 40 minutes, walking down cliffs, over roads and ...
... that Florence has lost over the years and, although Tourism is building rapidly, it is still not dominated by tour parties and souvenir stands everywhere in the way somewhere like Venice is.
A simple bus ride from the main train station drops you off right in the centre of the town ready to explore. The centrepiece of the city is Il Campo, the huge sloping square where the Sienese come to meet and eat and which ...
... cars, same speed, on a 10 foot wide winding track with blind curves teeming with people, motorcycles, cafes, baby strollers, and with a lot more horn blowing and hand gestures. "Exhilarating" describes it well. Anyway, the driver took us down a narrow dark medieval street and stopped the car. Lesly and I looked at each other, waiting for something unpleasant to happen. The driver said "Here we are!" ...