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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLocanda Ilune Pitigliano
ce B&B est très bien et les propriétaires sont amicaux et des plus accueillants. les chambres sont confortables. Si vous y allez, demandez au proprio de vous montrer ses photos (il spécialise dans les photos macro de fleurs) et il vous fera peut-être goûter à ses fameuses liqueurs de style Limoncello mais faits à base de toutes sortes de choses intéressantes.
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On arrive au village de Pitigliano en pleine fête: les gens dansent dans les rues et c'est le "gros party"
... fields are very large, occasionally the fields are inter dispersed with walled vine yards. Back at Dream Catcher we cook tea and then upload a lot of photos from Rome onto our blogs. We have been on the road for just over 6 months now, the time is flying past, day to day life is more difficult due the wet and cooler weather, but we are still enjoying discovering new places and meeting new people. Each day really is a new ...
... most are in excellent condition. From the paintings historians have been able to learn a lot about the people of this time, it is a unique site and well worth visiting. We had lunch and then walked into the town to visit the museum which is housed in the exquisite Palazzo Vitelleschi a courtyard centred house. The museum contains finds from the Necropolis including painted carved tombs, a terracotta frieze of winged horses, and pottery, personal items, ...
... although the observance of their motorway etiquette would make our driving at home more pleasant and dare I say, safer! Oh, well, it is, what is it!
Italy, it's so civilised!
We arrived home around 4pm, good time to open up our villa, unpack and then off the our much loved Aldo's Bar delle Galle to pay our outstanding coffee bill, enjoy a glass of champagne and be welcomed home "one local to another"!
... to Volterra for the novel, but to Montepulciano to take pictures of where the scene was actually shot. So:
It was an unbelievably twisting, corkscrew drive up the mountainside to the town of Volterra. This may have contributed to Hollywood selecting the much more approachable town of Montepulciano as the location for the New Moon scenes. Getting all the movie hardware up to Volterra would have been a harrowing ride ...