Borgo San Luigi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Depart Rome on the Tuscany relax and wine tour. (4 days, 3 nights) Rome, Montepulciano, Pienza, Montalcino, Borgo San Luigi, Greve in Chianti, San Gimignano, Florence, Volterra, Pisa Day 1: pick up at Hotel Cortina at 7:15 am. Depart Rome at 7:15am. Travel through the provinces of Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany to the charming town of Montepulciano, a …
... main square (with all the other festa visitors),.. and soak up the atmosphere. What we are finding is quite different to what we expected. This festa has a focus on music, small theatre productions, and loads and loads of 'trinket stalls' (I have just been reprimanded,.. they are 'arts and craft stalls',.. apparently!!) This is not the medieval festival we thought we would find. Wandering around this evening was a lot like wandering around a week-end market back home,.. not ...
... I show you the photos when I get back, please can you just look at them and not ask me where they were taken!!! Bert is having the time of his life... Had trouble getting him out of bed this morning though! As you will see.... I am writing this blog on the train ( a double decker train) on the way back to Viareggio where we are staying...off to Pisa in the ...
... only 80 cents - now that's the best deal I've ever seen in this expensive city of Florence!).
Stefano is the tour guide for our group of six people. We learn all about the world of Cosimo di Medici and his son Francesco di Medici who used these secret passages when they lived here in Palazzo Vecchio. The di Medici family ruled Florence and conquered all of Tuscany. We first go behind locked doors to see the back facade of the old portion of the Palazzo which is ...
... photos and through we roll on a couple of heavily laden touring bikes in to the middle of the square. We hastily pulled over and diverted the GPS to the closest campsite. Forward it said! So off we went only to be blocked by a length of chain obviously separating the street from the square we had managed to find ourselves in! I crossed though the square once again, dodging people taking photos, and found a little gap in the chain…meant for pedestrians. Through we shot ...