Hotel Tre Donzelle

Address: Via delle Donzelle 5, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via delle Donzelle 5, Siena, is near Palazzo Pubblico and Museo Civico, Loggia della Mercanzia, Archivio di Stato, and Palazzo Piccolomini.
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          Travel Blogs from Siena

          Drinks in the Piazza

          A travel blog entry by mccranor on Jul 31, 2015

          5 photos

          ... done and watching TV in any language but English...but its ok dad when you have already seen that movie as you know whats going on!!

          Meanwhile Tim and I wandered the streets, we loved having pre dinner drinks in the Piazza del Campo people watching. We would then go for pizza at the most amazing pizza place that sells it by the slice and many locals line up each night for their takeaway slices. Finally the night would end with Gelati and more ...


          A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 02, 2014

          6 photos

          ... pricked forward in anticipation, you can see the whispering of the barbaresco and the gentle pat on their slender neck to sooth them.
          After the 14 Contrade, come another set of dignitaries, these represent the 7 Contrade that do not get to race, after them come another group that represent Contrade that no longer exist, and so it goes on and on.
          More knights and grooms represent some of the ancient families of Siena, no one is left out.
          The last item ...


          A travel blog entry by nancypatout on Jul 09, 2012

          20 photos

          ... etc.) compete in the Palio horse race. Each neighborhood raises a horse, but the horses are assigned to a rider by a random drawing. It is consider a huge honor for your neighborhood to win (there is a lot of rivalry between the neighborhoods) - the most recent Palio was on July 2, and the fish neighborhood won, so that neighborhood was decorated with flags on every house and had what seemed like infinitely long tables in the streets for big neighborhood ...

          Three Hours In San Gimignano

          A travel blog entry by herewecome2018 on Feb 04, 2011

          65 photos

          ... cute plumper women. Kevin asked her how much she would charge us to wine taste (nothing is ever free in Italy). She informed us that it was 5 euro or free if we ended up buying something. So of course we were like sure sounds good! We thought we would try like 3 types….No we tried like 9! We tried four white and 5 red. This was my first wine tasting experience and it was amazing. The lady knew ...

          Weekend Travels

          A travel blog entry by gojenngo on Feb 23, 2008

          9 photos

          ... doors - we walked around the surrounding neighborhoods on our way to the Duomo. We visited another site where St. Catherine had lived for a while and learned that every area in Siena is defined by a symbol which they display as often as possible the most common method being brightly colored flags. The neighborhoods are defined by the goose, the sea shell, the flower, the horse, the dragon, etc. and once a year - July 2 - they hold a public ceremony celebrating ...