Residenza San Domenico
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... even if it has been coupled with about a 6 degree breeze that whips through you. The shorts have been traded for jeans (or perhaps hipster pants) and the jackets and scarves are now starting to make an appearance in our outings.
After a few busy weeks in bigger cities in much more basic accommodation we really loved having some space for the kids to run around here and also had good internet which was pleasing. After my challenges with schooling the boys, ...
... the tower rang for the first time to announce the outbreak of a terrible plague that would devastate the city of Siena more than any other city Italy. The Palazzo Pubblico has had little modifications made since the 13th century. Two additional wings were added in the 16th century. Restoration work was done in the 18th century.
Since the Palazzo was built as a municipal building, much of the art that decorates the building has a mix of public or religious themes. ...
... out a 1 Lt. carafe , that smashes me quite well.
I found a flyer the night before for a local performance of "Italian Opera in Siena." only €20 each. I have not been to an opera so this seemed like a grand idea. Receptionist at hotel bought our tickets. Opera in Italy, how charming.
Back to the cafe at lunch we laughed with the little to none English speaking waitress and owner, and thanked them very much for their food and hospitality as we were ...
... Siena I wasn't feeling great. Class started at 10:30 and we were on time, but the only ones there. Not even the translator had arrived yet! So we talked with Nonna for a bit, and between the few English words she knew and some words that sounded similar in Spanish so I kind of understood them we actually got by! Ten minutes later everyone was there and we go up to her kitchen. But it's hot. And the room is stuffy. And the lights are bright and hot...and I start to ...
... were being guided anyway as I spotted a sign with the place name along the way which we decided to try and follow as a last resort. Along a dirt road in the midst of mostly fields we found an impressive driveway with the name of the place in huge letters so we drove in. Reception was closed and there was not anyone in sight but there was a car. Ro went off in search of someone and saw two men, gardeners talking in the distance. Reluctantly he ...