Casolare di Remignoli B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from San Gimignano
... out to explore San Gimignano in more detail. The throngs of tourists had not arrived yet and getting around was easy. Kathy took a lot of photos from multiple vantage points today.
On the North end of the town at the Piazza San Agostino we discovered the photography studio of Claudio Calvini, an award winning nature photographer published in National Geographic. His work is outstanding. One photo of San Gimignano taken in November last year caught our eye and our wallet ...
... I have to whisper. I think the bar tender heard me talk/complain about it, though, so halfway through dinner the music came on :). We also went to dinner at around 7:30PM and we were one of the first groups to eat. Italians are crazy. I always see groups of people still eating dinner at 10:30PM...I'm always too hangry for that.
But before we went to dinner, we went to "Apertivo," which is definitely something that ...
... 10:00. If you wanted lunch you had to order it before 10:30, and lunch was then served at 13:00. Supper reservations had to be made before 16:00 and it was served at 20:00. Once you knew how things worked it was a wonderful place. The pool area was beautiful, the only problem was seating, you had to get your seats early. Once the issues were cleared up and we were moved, I believe that it was the most interesting place that we stayed ...
... we could see the Palazzo Vecchio tower in the distance and felt impelled to go there. We stopped for a look at the Ponte Vecchio and just enjoyed being out, people watching, but with less crowds than during the day. Arriving at the Piazza della Signoria, we saw the doors to the Palazzo Vecchio were open so, we wandered in and admired the frescoes. We stopped for a look at the statues in the Loggia di Lanzi before heading home.
... adventurous driving experience of my life so far. I have driven in snow, ice, desert, scenic ocean view highways, and even remote roads in Montana. But the drive in the Cinque Terre region of the Italian Riviera was absolutely thrilling! With the scenic beauty of the Ligurian Sea which hugs the Italian Riviera to one side and the rugged, narrow and steep roadway I was driving on with sharp ...