Fattoria di Radi
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Monteroni d'Arbia
... quintessential Tuscan village. All the hype around Tuscany and the many books and movies that have helped make the region famous would have San G in mind when casting the lead role! Sometimes all that hype can also create a negative aspect around a place not living up to expectations and of course becoming over commercialised, but not with San G. Of course it is touristy, and packed with day trippers from Florence, but it still has such a great atmosphere, ...
... Once again on firm ground, we enjoyed a relaxing night and made dinner at the villa. The boys played until it got dark and the puppy was called in for the night! As our only place for Wifi was outside the villa's main office, Jonah sat outside in the cool evening air to catch up on his blogging and NHL playoff news; he surrounded by fireflies and bats (see prior post re: fear number 1, so I did not join him)! It didn't take much for the boys to settle down for the ...
... we saw The Duomo & Baptistry. Both very ornate for a small town. Apparently back in the day (not sure exactly when), Siena & Florence were in a "battle" to be the "better" city. So there are some fairly impressive sights here! We will see more of them tomorrow. We also saw an exhibit of Steve McCurry photographs. He is a National Geographic photographer, you'll ...
... that was raved about in the guidebook. From that point forward, the English-speaking waiter took over. She was nice, yet all business. The veal cheek was great, as was my pasta.
After dinner, we took a stroll to a gelato bar (of course) and sat down on the stone floor of Il Campo as many others were doing. There was an amazing buzz and energy around the piazza. The cafes on the perimeter were filled (although one ...
... floor murals. i got lost on my way back through town but i eventually found the bus stop and headed back to the train station. just outside rome the train slowed down, all the lights turned off and we sat in a tunel for about 10 mintues, it was very odd. thought we might be having a repeat of the cerbere incident. but luckily we started moving again and i made it to rome on time!