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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... From 1260-1348 Siena was a major banking and trade center, and had military power in the same class with Florence, Venice and Genoa. Then the Black Death hit, wiping out a third of its population. Siena never recovered. Situated atop three hills, with its red-brick lanes cascading in every direction, it's thriving historic center offers Italy's best medieval city experience. We made our way past ancient buildings to ...
... good if not better I reckon so it was worth the money to check out our skills! The red wine I had with dinner was very nice though a glass was about as dear as a bottle of what I usually drink! I am laying in bed in this b&b on a beautiful bike road ,of a morning the bikes pounding down over the bridge and past the b&b are intoxicating as I know driving my little underpowered lancia around these roads how much more fun it would be on a ...
... a very impressive setting.
It's walled city centre and dark lanes completed the gothic theme of the city. The Main Street would be packed with hundreds of tourist but if you turn on to any side street you will very quickly find your the only person around.
The Main Street was good for overpriced food and shopping. Instead of shopping here we waited until Wednesday and went to Siena's local market. It was massive! They sold clothing, fruit, cooking ...
... but in a very natural setting. We could not see any buildings, and there were many birds, fish, and other creatures in the area.
We spent most of the day trying to soak up the the sun and the surrounding beauty before going back home to Parma. It was such an awesome trip, and it definitely helped the 6 of us bond. They are a great group of ladies and I enjoy having them as travel partners.
... dates back to the 1200s. The streets twist and wind a bit like Venice but instead of 4 foot wide alleys the have streets. There are a good number of tourists here in Siena as well, not so many it is uncomfortable but enough to make it interesting and know you are in a popular site. There are a number of big churches in town and a huge cathedral. San Dominico is next to us and dates back to 1226 and is huge but has a wood roof (different ...