Sangallo Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... has a very impressive medieval bell tower. The next day we hit the road early as we have a full day walk ahead. Fortunately its another gorgeous Tuscan day. We are walking a section of the Via Francigena, an ancient pilgrim & trade route that goes between Canterbury & Rome. Similar to the El Camino route in Spain, it has now been resurrected as a walking trail. The "trail" takes many forms from place to place ---city streets, country roads, farm tracks & ...
... to light in 1990 in a sensational discovery. Apparently when the Duomo was expanded in the 14th century, these rooms were filled with debris to support the floor above. Unfortunately, photos of the rooms and the frescos were not allowed. Susan found that out when she took a photo and was promptly scolded by a guard.
In the 14th century Baptistery, the beautiful font was created by Jacopo della Quercia, the utmost expression of the Seines’ Renaissance. ...
... in Greve to buy some Wild Boar (cured) sausage and gelato.
In Siena, we parked outside the old town walls and walked to Piazza del Campo. It was still amazing no matter how many times I visit. The restaurant in the Piazza was surprising good value EU45 for a light dinner (3 of us). Then it was a quick stroll to the Duomo before heading home. It was dark when we got back (remember, ...
... glass windows, but the ones that were there exhibited fantastic colors and details.
The Piccolomini Altar was designed to be the tomb of the Sienese-born Pope Pius III when he was a cardinal. But when he became a pope his tomb was then designated to be in the Vatican. Of the 4 statues around the perimeter of the altar one was done by Michaelangelo. It was interesting to see the ...
... historic core surrounded by a rather boring modern city all around, Siena keeps its pure historic feel: perched on a hill, step outside the walls and you're greeted by endless hills with old school vineyard estates, which look probably much the same as they've looked for the last 1,000 years. Yep, you've got to love Siena. Diving into the heart of the city, down its sloping twisted alleys, you reach the main plaza, which ...