Relais Castel Bigozzi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Castel Bigozzi Monteriggioni
Travel Blogs from Monteriggioni
... a small leather handbag to wear with my frocks, and Garth was very patient while I did my goldilocks routine - this one is too big, this one is the wrong colour, this one doesn't convert to a backpack! We then stopped at a small glove shop and bought gloves for our girls and for me. I ended up with black leather gloves with little grey buttons (which will match my new grey leather bag very nicely!). I am a bit worried I am becoming too neat and tidy, but maybe it's ...
... it is Saint Rita's day - a big event around here - all the women were carrying roses to be blessed as she is the Patron saint of abused and heartbroken women! There was some lovely organ music - as there was last night when we passed a church where someone was practicing. We walked up to the old Fort but is was closed for building work so we walked along the old walls to the piazzetta Michelangelo for spectacular views ...
... was really full; I can’t even imagine how crowded transport would be in the summer months.
We were on a very classy train for our journey to Florence, and sat next to two lovely sisters from America. One was a fashion designer/business student living in England with her husband on an air force base, and the other was a music therapist, who helped people (who may be disabled, terminal, post-surgery etc) via music in hospitals and caring homes. I’d never ...
... any of the riders because of there we too many spectators and he riders rode past in flash. We only have one night in Florence so we took in a couple of the sights including a stroll over the ponti veccio bridge and a walk through the markets. The markets were full of leather. In fact it reminded me of Bali ...... every stall selling the same stuff. A bit overwhelming ...
... different stages of completion and get a sense of how he worked.
We then headed to the Borgo in Tuscany - the tree lined entrance up the long driveway was pretty impressive and our the pool was nice (although only the Kiwis and the Aussies braved the coolish water and had a swim). Whilst in Tuscany we visited the hilltop village of San Gimignano, which still had a number of it's towers. The towers were built by the elite as a status symbol so each one tried to build ...