Hotel Tre Donzelle

Address: Vicolo delle Donzelle, 5 , Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vicolo delle Donzelle, 5 , Siena, is near Palazzo Pubblico and Museo Civico, Archivio di Stato, Loggia della Mercanzia, and Palazzo Piccolomini.
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    Chilling out in Siena

    A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Oct 27, 2014

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    ... up to 30m high (to keep the Florentine's from attacking) and inside the walls is a very charming yet lively city with cobblestone streets and terraced houses amongst churches, universities and everything else you would imagine. Everyone is super friendly, and it has a much more relaxed feel than Florence we felt and certainly is not as crammed. We are heading towards winter and the clocks have now clicked back an hour into normal time, but we have had a week of ...


    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... The horses are spaced out well, but still nose to tail, the jockeys are allowed to beat and block each other with The Nerbo, or whip made from oxhide. That's awesome to see them smashing each other, no other contest would be allowed to beat the **** out of each other I'm sure.

    First run we have Aquila, eagle; Pantera, panther ; Selva, forest ; Drago , dragon.
    As they pass us there is a horse length between 1st and 2nd. We are a half length to ...

    Arrived in Siena

    A travel blog entry by kiwijays on Jul 02, 2011

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    ... warm sun. From the train station we go into the Galleria, a shopping mall which takes you up to the city walls, I think there are about 7 escalators to get to the top, I think it must be the wrong way but Julie insists and she is much better at directions than I am. During our time there Julie helps several other tourists find they way, they have the same bemused look as I did, so was easy for her to recognize. Julie and I travel differently and ...

    Burnt Siena

    A travel blog entry by hippietraveler on Dec 20, 2009

    ... projecting above the door. A stone column sits in the square above our heads with the wolf and Romulus and Remus sucking on its teat. It is said that the son of Remus founded Siena. At the back of the square is a small church. We scuffle along the path, passed clothing shops and places selling souvenirs and trinkets.
    Finally we reached the busied steps leading to the Piazza del Campo. We walk down them and face the oyster shell shaped arena and ...

    See ya Perth, hello Italy.

    A travel blog entry by jesss on Oct 08, 2007

    7 photos

    ... station. When I finally spotted what looked like the back of Eloise, I was unfortunately loaded up like a pack horse and on the wrong side of a busy street. When I made it to the other side, she'd vanished. Fortunately, after crossing that same busy street about three more times, I eventually found them. Florence could be a beautiful city. Ok, I'll concede, it is a beautiful city. I saw the Duomo, the Ponte Vecchio and other ...