Sangallo Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Arriving in Siena by car was an experience we hope not to repeat. We were due to return the hire car by 11.00am so gave ourselves plenty of time to be able to drop our bags at our B&B in Siena then return the car in good time. There had been some discussion about this plan being a good idea having read that our B&B was in a ZTL (limited traffic zone) in the historical centre of Siena. One of us lost the vote and we found ourselves totally ...
... cities in Italy offer one ticket for all the major sites that is cheaper than buying individual tickets. When we finally found the TI office, there was a typed memo taped in a window stating TI was somewhere else. In fact, we had just been there. As it turned out they did not sell any tickets to museums.
We hiked back to ticket sales and purchased a reserved ticket to the Duomo sites for 13 Euro each then hoofed it back to the parking garage. As we got ...
... met us cheerily each morning for breakfast and made sure we were very well fed and cafinated before giving us great tips for our itinerary each day. Having a car in Siena is a huge advantage so we spent the next day on a driving trip north of Siena into the Chianti region. Tuscany was everything we could have hoped for and so much more. We stopped at another castle for a Chianti tasting on our way to Greve. The day was a little rainy, but the scenery ...
... is a thick hand rolled pasta originating from the Siena region. The American was right. It was delicious. The serves were not too big either which was good because there was no way I was going to be able to eat much after the breakfast we had that morning. We left after lunch and headed to Montepulchiano, which is a town built on one of the highest hills in the area. It was similar in many ways to Pienza but a lot hillier. ...
... the city whose horse had won the Palio- the annual horse race that is held in the main square every July.
Anyway we attended mass at the Duomo. I recognised the first hymn but none of the others. The music was guitars with a youth choir and was very good. I tried to say the prayers in English but the sound of the Italian kept making me forget the words.
After mass we bought tickets to see the rest of the cathedral. The cathedral ...