Il Pettirosso

Address: Via Petriccio e Belriguardo 97, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Petriccio e Belriguardo 97, Siena, is near Il Palio, Basilica di San Domenico, Enoteca Italiana, and Fortezza di Santa Barbara.
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    Travel Blogs from Siena

    Day 16 Thursday, May 28, 2015 Florence Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on May 28, 2015

    13 photos

    ... we had done this several years ago on our trip). (3) We found a local tour company recommended in Rick Steves' book. And, the price was excellent – 55 Euros for an 11-hour excursion that included lunch and left from the train station quite close to our apartment. So, the stars were all aligned and we signed up. We thought we would be the grandparents of the group, but that did not prove to be the case.


    Siena is always the bestest!

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 12, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... We needed lunch after that and we had a cute little restaurant all to ourselves - how romantic. First time I have had Minestrone in Italy and it was yummy. The panna cotta with Amaretto we shared was also very delicious and different to others I have tried. We tried to do some shopping without luck and then went to the Museo Del Opera which was full of all the beautiful things they have taken out of the duomo to protect it – like the magnificent leadlight and some ...


    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... or we watch the crowd to see when they cover their ears. Often something else distracts us so we often get a blast without covering our ears. Oh well we are both pretty deaf anyway. Of course they have historical and proper names and I am not supposed to call them bells and cannons, but hey right now that will do me.


    WOW, the procession started with a display from a squad of Carabinieri dressed in their finery and ...

    Practically palatial

    A travel blog entry by cflove on Jun 30, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... in the spaghetteria next door who looked after it for us while we visited the rest of the town.

    The Duomo was indeed palatial with frescoes, mosaics and statues by Michael Angelo and others, plus a wonderfully complicated tower with it's windows increasing in numbers upwards. The side area was also interesting because they started to expand it in the mid 15C but plague crippled the town ...

    Florence — Day 7

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 20, 2013

    ... think we can call ourselves regulars yet but some of the staff are starting to recognize and acknowledge us. I order an insalata di funghi porcini, which in true Italian salad style turns up as a plate of raw sliced mushrooms. For my main I enjoy pappardelle alla cinghiale (fettucine-like pasta with a ragu of wild boar). Yalini has an excellent ravioli with traditional sage butter. We are intrigued by the filling and quiz the Italian-speaking restaurant manager on ...