Travel Blogs from Sienna, Italy

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More photos, Sienna, Italy travel blog

More photos

A travel blog entry by lizallen

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More random photos from the horse-riding ...

sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

sienna

A travel blog entry by alexiastrawn

Sienna was a really cool little city. It was confusing to get from the train station into the town but once we got there it was amazing. There were twisty streets and a large center where they do horse racing, were everyone was just laying around and ...

Tuscany, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Tuscany

A travel blog entry by jennyraymoran

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Picked up hire car in La Spezia and drove on the wrong side using mainly the autostrad to Tregole near Sienna. Stayed at a fantastic B & B overlooking the Tuscan Hills with swimming pool, vineyards, wine cellar and 12 century chapel.We had our own sitting ...

Horse-riding week in Tuscany, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Horse-riding week in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by lizallen

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If you are an english-speaking competent rider and enjoy the challenge and relaxation of riding for a week on a good horse in beautiful countryside with excellent food and company I can recommend a week at Rifugio Prategiano. This was my second visit and ...

More holiday snaps, Sienna, Italy travel blog

More holiday snaps

A travel blog entry by lizallen

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Random pictures from the horse-riding ...

sienna and assisi, Sienna and assisi, Italy travel blog

sienna and assisi

A travel blog entry by emilita

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jrasytu ...

Sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Sienna

A travel blog entry by vinoraja

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... to Sienna. On the way to sienna we did a stop over at a small town named Oriveto (check out the blog for Orviveto). I arrived at sienna at about 1:30 and checked into my room (tent). The tent was boiling hot and it was on a slant with no lights or ...

Companions, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Companions

A travel blog entry by lizallen

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Others on the ...

Burnt Sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Burnt Sienna

A travel blog entry by cjabroad

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Under the Tuscan Sun, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by jjpinard

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... mushroom risotto...our table had a panoramic view of the Tuscan countryside and the hillside vineyards...Spectacular! We then drove to Sienna...got a little lost...and finally arrived there around 2:00pm. Like the first stop, you park and walk into ...

Winery Tour, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Winery Tour

A travel blog entry by sarge

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... trip from Florence, through the winding hills of the Tuscany region and into the winery which sits on the outskirts of Sienna. We were taken through the cellars and shown how the wine was fermented then racked into oak casks. We then were ...

The Palio, Sienna, Italy travel blog

The Palio

A travel blog entry by shimok2001

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... in Italian, but it seems to be some little animal with needles on its back, like a porcupine or hedgehog.  The people in Sienna take these races very seriously.  It was a lot of fun.  The atmosphere was fantastic.  We got to the ...

Umbrian Beauty, Sienna Italy, Italy travel blog

Umbrian Beauty

A travel blog entry by jott086

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... not be ready. It only worked for a little while though so we could not get on this morning. They have horse races in Sienna twice a year, The streets surrounding the main ?square, it is more round than square, are covered in sand and the horses race ...

Sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Sienna

A travel blog entry by karen-jimmy

Sienna ...

Siena, San Gimigiano, & Trek to Roma, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Siena, San Gimigiano, & Trek to Roma

A travel blog entry by nbrown77

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As we made our way to Roma, we stopped by Siena and San Gimigiano; we did the following: - Traveled through the streets of San Gimigiano; looked through the shops surrounding the city - San Gimigiano was a small city and provided the best views of the ...

The heart of Tuscany, Sienna & Florence, Italy travel blog

The heart of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by rachandsi

... lunch and more wine off to another winery, this one is a castle which was a famous fortress between the two rival towns of Sienna & Florence as it's location is literally right in the middle of the two. Not only did we sample more wine but local extra ...

Ricciarelli - the most amazing almond cookies, Sienna,  Italy travel blog

Ricciarelli - the most amazing almond cookies

A travel blog entry by stephani.smith

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And the best are at Il Magnifico. A perfect blend of slightly crunchy outside and slightly chewy ...

Siena day 3  -Florence, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Siena day 3 -Florence

A travel blog entry by vds

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Today the girls headed off to Florence on the train for a cooking course. The boys followed later in the day. We had a cooking class at Kitchen Chez Nous which is in the historic centre of Florence and is run by 2 sister-in-laws Fiamma & Ginnie. They ...

Sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Sienna

A travel blog entry by alarcon

Sienna ...

Italian honeymoon, Rome; Florence; Certaldo Alto; Pisa; Sienna; Venice, Italy travel blog

Italian honeymoon

A travel blog entry by marienne

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... busy weeks into a short enough e-mail. but i'll try, by giving the highlights...... in anyway, so many of you have been to italy already and it is a bit pointless trying to preach to the converted. i could think of my mum walking the streets of siena and ...

Siena, Sienna,  Italy travel blog

Siena

A travel blog entry by emma-glyn

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Decided to do a day trip to Siena as heard good things. After a lot of hassle finding the bus stop, we got on the SITA bus and arrived in Siena in just over an hour. As soon as I arrived I knew I liked it! It's a very pretty place with lots of little ...

Siena day 4, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Siena day 4

A travel blog entry by vds

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Today we went with most to see the inside of the duomo of Siena. Had a relaxing afternoon around the pool. This afternoon we took a drive into the countryside to a castle in the Chianti. We had some dinner in Ponte a bossini about 2miles outside of ...

Our tour of Tuscany, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Our tour of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by bot989

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We started with a nice breakfast at the hotel and then met our driver and guide Andreas. We are off to explore the Tuscany and Chianti areas first a medieval fort built to protect the town folk from other towns apparently the had lots of grudges in ...

First weekend trip, San Gimignano and Sienna, Italy travel blog

First weekend trip

A travel blog entry by rthompson100

My friends and I traveled to Sam Gimignano and Sienna for a day trip to explore a new city. We ate great food and had wonderful gelato! ...

Italy, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Italy

A travel blog entry by jfreich2003

... snafu with my luggage I set out with my friends Ingrid and Jo to do a little exploring. We have been to Santa Margarita, Pisa, Lucca, Sienna and San Gimignano. Tuscany is beautiful and We are having a great time. I will be home on the 19th. ...

City scenes, Sienna Italy, Italy travel blog

City scenes

A travel blog entry by geoco53

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Siena, where the soil in the area has supposedly given us the color "sienna".  Here are city ...

Sarah is on her way home, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Sarah is on her way home

A travel blog entry by bonsor2medoc

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We saw Sarah safely off at the Arezzo train station on her way to Rome to catch her flight back to Canada.  She had a marathon day ahead with many connections to make.  Hopefully by now she is in London Airport or possibly even airborne back to ...

Tuscany in a Day - Part 1, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Tuscany in a Day - Part 1

A travel blog entry by nadia123

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How can one cover Tuscany in One Day? Easy - do a coach tour where all you have to do is get on and off the bus! We started early from Florence and had a guided walking tour of Siena; historically Florence and Siena were great rivals and were often at ...

Sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Sienna

A travel blog entry by m847

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Sienna, Sienna, Italy travel blog

Sienna

A travel blog entry by cerwinsvoboda

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... we climbed to the top of the Main entrance Arch of the Duomo that was never finished. Explanation: Years before I was born, Sienna and Florence, where "battling' over who could build the biggest Cathedral. Sienna had what is present day Duomo built, but ...

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