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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Patrizia Siena
Travel Blogs from Siena
... to be careful in Siena as part of the town is restricted to cars and you can get heavily fined. We were able to park in the restricted area for a short amount of time but our car registration had to be phoned through to the local police. We were met by a lovely lady at the apartment who didn't speak that much English but we were able to make ourselves understood.. just about. Our Siena ...
... to the next street. Everything was closed! Every business had an iron gate over it. I guess when it rains in Siena, you just go home. Then, like a mirage in a desert, I saw one buisness with lights on. I busted in and took all 8 patrons and the 2 restaurant owners by surprise. For a moment I was embarassed, but then I reminded myself of something I decided days ago. I’m never going to see these people again and I don’t care what ...
... capers and dried tomato sauce but all homemade and yummy. Funny waiter reminded R of Faulty towers dude - walked around walls of this wee town. Absolutely loved the tiny church here - peaceful music and quiet...had to light a candle for all my family and friends who are so important to me.
Back to a bit of leaking in Apt but no worries. Sylvia will cook for us alone again but it's always fun. Relaxing!! for awhile as we have been pretty much "on the go" for ...
Sleep in today. I think we made it to breaky about 9.00 and the talk was all about the night before. People came late, and the overheard conversations were all about Palio and excitement and amazement. Finally for Womby and Goldy it was an unplanned day therefore it was a tiring day as there was no " have to be or have to do" it made the day exhausting. I spent the morning it the garden with a tortoise, Steve went out with tripod. We napped and then of course the conversation ...
... rose garden on the other side of the river again for a picnic lunch and relaxed for a while while taking in the scenery. We wandered around Florence a bit more then had dinner. Right after dinner we came across the most amazing outdoor street food markets, but we had just eaten. We couldn't resist buying arancini balls. Paul and I like them but the girls gagged! The cheese was pretty strong and it was stuffed with pieces of pastrami as well. ...