Antico Casale L'Impostino
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... for 6 weeks of the year. Another postcard is attached to give you some idea of the grandeur. There are a few Michelangelo statues in this church. It continues to amaze me that there can be so many churches that look like this in one country. And I haven't even been to St Peter's Basilica in Rome yet! Another important church in Siena is San Domenico. On the right side of the church, there is a nave that contains the head of St Catherine of Siena who along with St Francis ...
... about three hours touring it all.
We did take a break for lunch at the famous Piazza deal Campo, one of the largest enclosed plazas we have seen. So big in fact that the Sienans hold an annual horse race in the plaza every summer. The town is very old with narrow streets and enclosed by tall (5 or 6 stories) building which gives the town a shadowy feel in a lot of the old town. ...
Today started with a car journey to Siena. Before we got to Siena we had lunch inside castle walls which was very pretty. For lunch I had very very very spicy pasta even my dad found it very very spicy. When we got to the hotel we had a drink and then went to see ...
... lender and which had been in business in Siena since 1472, revealed losses of €730 million due to deals made and hidden from regulators. The government came to the rescue, however Tuscan ratepayers are still reeling from new home property taxes and other austerity measures introduced. Understandably Banks are not popular in Siena.
Being a Saturday Siena was bustling. As we were wandering around we heard a drum roll. There was ...
... perfect to be able to see every detail.
The main square was awesome. There were people everywhere relaxing and enjoying the weather. We got some gelato and stopped and sat down in the middle of the square to soak up the sun. Once a year, the square is turned into a horse and chariot racing course. I wish I could have gone to see this, but it is in the fall. I have heard it is extremely similar to the way that it used to be centuries ago. Siena is known for such races ...