Hotel La Perla

Address: Piazza Indipendenza 25, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Piazza Indipendenza 25, Siena, is near Piazza del Campo, Palazzo Pubblico and Museo Civico, Archivio di Stato, and Loggia della Mercanzia.
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    Siena Lot of My Room

    A travel blog entry by kiyamaria on Jun 08, 2015

    40 photos

    ... still kicking, that it makes me feel blessed to have their Italian blood running through me. Thanks, dad!

    I was shown to my room that had the awakening aroma of marijuana. Somebody had a good time in Siena, and while I didn’t intend to smoke, I knew I’d have a good time, too. She left me to unwind, and after familiarizing myself with the room, I stepped out onto the roof terrace where I was awarded with a beautiful ...

    Beautiful Cities of which I've Never Heard

    A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 20, 2015

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    ... the nine leaders would decide verdicts) was filled with art that considered how both a good and evil government would be portrayed. The best part about the room could only be seen on a sunny day, where the window would only ever illuminate the good government, always leaving the evil government in the shadows. Bravo to whoever devised that genius.
    The next morning we left Siena behind to explore more of Toscana. To make up for our ridiculously busy Friday, we had ...

    We enter Tuscany - Siena

    A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Oct 29, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... 2pm before we found a park and were "exploring" this very old city. It is similar age to Assissi and Panicale, in fact, and you can tell that by the architecture, style of buildings and in the "old section", the roads/footpaths.

    Parking is very difficult. It's a very busy city and appears to be a "hub" of commerce.

    In the "old section" where we were, there are the narrow passages with commercial shops lining either side. Lots of eateries and so ...


    A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... same. I was just glad we weren't in the middle of summer!! On our way back home we stopped at another small Tuscan village called Colle di Val D'Elsa which was very peaceful right on a hilltop. It was lovely to walk through without the crowds but you wondered how these towns will survive in these economic times. Our last night in our beautiful farm stay was ended with a tour by one of the workers of the farm. It is called Borgo Poneta and was once a small village that ...


    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 21, 2014

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    Off to Torre del Mangia. Took a shortcut past Casa di S. Caterina, a very peaceful courtyard with chapels....till the tour groups and loud speaking guides arrived. Fortunately by then we had had time to appreciate S. Caterina's tatue and the beauty within the chapels, including some intricate mosiac floor work. St Catherine, who lived in the 1300's, was a spiritual writer, philosopher and theologian who was a successful eminassary for ...