Hotel Executive

Via Nazareno Orlandi 32, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Nazareno Orlandi 32, Siena, is near Il Palio, Enoteca Italiana, Fortezza di Santa Barbara, and Antiporto di Camollia.
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    Travel Blogs from Siena


    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... are windy curved streets. We did however find the Grom, the pannaforte and eventually the car! Getting out of Siena was even more of a challenge. Our GPS wanted to make us turn where there were no turns. She has been very vocal on the country roads making sure that we didn't turn up roads that were not there or driveways but she was suspiciously quiet in the city streets - Italian GPS! We took a side track on the way home to vivat a winery ( we thought it might be the winery ...

    Looking ahead (in the direction of Rome).

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 10, 2014

    26 photos

    ... towels will have to be my main compensation on this occasion.

    The purpose of this latest entry is to share a few additional photos from Siena before I leave, but also to let you know my plans with regards to the final few weeks to Rome.

    Depending on which guidebook I consult, I am either 255 or 284 kms from Rome right now. I think it will take me 11or 12 days to reach St Peter's Square, so I estimate my date of arrival to be ...

    Bring in the horses!

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... situated in the Piazza with the fountain of joy in the middle. Mangia tower, at 88m offers a great view from the top. The tower is named after the nickname of its first guardian meaning tower of the eater, as he has the tendency to spend all his money on food. The tower is also built at the same height as Siena cathedral to indicate that the state and the church has equal powers during that time.

    The Piazza was completely packed with kids from Italy ...

    Florence — Day 7

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 20, 2013

    ... eventually we determine that it is just ravioli della casa, which in this case is potato. I get the impression that the ravioli filling is not important in traditional Italian cuisine (it's usually ricotta and spinach), and that it's the sauce that really counts. We take our leave, sad that we won't be dining here again for quite some time. However we have already concluded that Florence will need a return visit, and Trattoria dell Carmine will be top of the ...

    A day in Siena

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... city of Siena to the "also ran" status. Luckily no one could afford to tear down the medieval buildings, statues or paintings and many remain with us today. This well preserved city is now quaint, modern, bustling and filled with great restaurants. All the hallmarks of a great place to vacation. The city of Siena is surrounded by rolling hillsides reminiscent of central California except with oodles of charm and great pasta. Picture an Italian Solvang and times it by ...