Relais San Bruno
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Travel Blogs from Montepulciano
... first, Treas of course was starting to panic, but as the 3km ride dragged on to almost an hour, she began to laugh. Especially when we passed a couple of landmarks for the 3rd and 4th times.....and finally.....drove back into the village square where we had started from....
But, the driver, seeing my somewhat bewildered look in the rear-vision mirror, gave me the nod with a twirling finger to ...
... One is into design while the other is a foodie, and the Hotel Si Montalcino showed their very capable skills in both areas. After checking in and getting settled, we head into the town of Montalcino to see our second hilltop town and the home of Brunello di Montalcino wines. The scenery on our drive today was spectacular: beautiful valleys framed by Montas and Poggios, the area is still green after some unusual May rain (sounds like California). As first time visitors it make ...
We woke up in beautiful Pienza this morning. We ate breakfast and wandered around the town before venturing out. We began our day with a trip to a winery just outside of Montalcino, but first we had to get out of Pienza. The first road we tried was a one lane dirt road that was filled with potholes and stones. We turned around after 1/2 mile and took the paved road out of town and made our way toward Montalcino.
After passing through Montalcino, ...
... of the countryside are amazing; I can see why Montepulciano was the Renaissance stomping grounds for the rich & famous. We paid our way up the campanile to get the views of the town spilling down the hill like a waterfall and the lush Tuscan farm land. Also peeked in the Duomo for a look at the Alter of Lilies in the baptismal font and a gorgeous early renaissance alter that was all golden & gothic. Next we headed down ...
... are yellowy stone a little like limestone with arched windows. It is so pretty and clean and not too crowded. There is a lot of cantina’s so you can sample the wines from the area, quite a few art shops, a music school, the usual multitude of churches and some lovely clothes and leather shops. Quite a few restaurants perched on the sloping paths and a lot of cheese and meat shops. I feel good again. To me this place has soul. As I wandered ...