Casolare di Remignoli B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Casolare di Remignoli B&B San Gimignano
Travel Blogs from San Gimignano
... watching in the piazza, climbing the wall towers to view the scenery, browsing the shops and sustaining ourselves with gelati.
And then we meandered back via the scenic route through heavily wooded natural parkland punctuated with vineyards and central casting Italian villas. About half way home Mark decided enough with the meandering already and got his Italian driver on which involved hurdling or trampling any car, truck or cyclist ...
... lost a few times. Typical Italy biking! But finally arrived in this town around noon. Such a great place! The old town consisted of one street - very narrow street - all old cobblestones. Very few people. Interesting little alleyways. Clearly this is not a tourist destination!
We biked down the street - took some pictures - finally found a place for lunch - off on a side street - ...
... later for an aperitvo. Let me explain how they work, in the evening lots of restaurants and cafes put out buffets of snack foods, such as bruschetta, quiches, and pasta salads. As long as you order a drink the snacks are free. I mean anyone that knows me knows I'm a "grazer" so this is the ideal set up for me and it's so cheap! We had to be at the overnight bus for Munich at ...
... earlier visit to Florence. If I lived in the area, I could get everything I needed there in the way of groceries. After that I headed for Lo Stracotto for dinner, and decided to sit outside tonight as it was cooler. I find that I’ve been ordering more vegetarian meals on this trip for some reason. For example, at lunch I had the Taglietelle al Ragu (beef) but dinner was vegetarian (Spaghetti with tomato sauce and basil along with sauteed vegetables). ...
... also toured the torture museum. It sounded crazy to me at first but it was actually interesting. THe museum housed several instruments that were used hundreds of years ago as punishments to the people. I will post pictures of some of the gadgets. I saw things like the gas chamber, electric chair, guiottine, posinous liquids, etc. The crazy part of the museums was not the gadgets, but the fact that some of the instruments are still being used today in some countries. ...