B&B Antica Toscana
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of B&B Antica Toscana
TripAdvisor Reviews B&B Antica Toscana Calci
Travel Blogs from Calci
Today we visit Siena. The town is famous for the Palio -a horse race that is run around the town square in July and again in August. It's a big town, so we parked near the old town walls and walked into the town. It's another very characterful town with banners flying along the streets. We walked down to the main piazza. It is much smaller than we expected and it must be very crowded for the Palio. Apparently, the crowds are jammed in the middle ...
... tempting, and I was tempted indeed and as a result have a much fuller suitcase than when I arrived.
There were artisan food shops, called Grotto. Such a range of cheeses, cured meats, delicious pre-prepared meals, vegetables cooked in numerous different ways, antipasti, breads, oils, condiments so foreign to us but so enticing - a true gourmet delight.
There were piazzas around the perimeters of which bars and trattoria vied for trade. Tables ...
Day 268 3 hrs, 6 kms Once I leave Pistoia, it gets pretty boring again... miles and miles of sort of in between town and country--and very hot... and empty. Everybody's at the beach. Finally I reach a real "town" off to the south with some shady streets, a welcome ...
After leaving Florence, we head off to Pisa, one of the world's most visited sights and a place Juniper had dreamed of seeing since she was a kid. We found a small place to stay the nights, it even had a view of the Leaning Tower. After stowing away our things, we ventured out at dusk in search of the Tower. Walk one block, take a right, and we are walking straight to the Leaner. Very nicely lit at night and not very many people around.
We head back in the morning, ...
... statue of Moses and the actual chains themselves in their glass case. The huge columns are the original ones from 500ad. From there we headed towards the Colosseum and the Forum. The Colosseum was big enough to take 50,000 people and when it was inaugurated, the games went for 100 days with 000s of animals slaughtered, and presumably 000's of gladiators slaughtered! The quantum of remains of ancient buildings around the forum area ...