Albergo Il Giglio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergo Il Giglio Prato
This is a quaint little hotel in the heart of Montalcino. If you stay in the rooms in the back you will have fantastic views of the valley below.
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... grasp on what have learnt so far so I don't run away to Rome on Friday when we have our first test. I also feel as if my English is systematically deteriorating as my brain no longer feels as if it has the capacity to be able to converse in 2 languages. Anyway enough negativity! I have just borrowed a copy of 'under the Tuscan sun' from the uni so ill hopefully allow myself enough time to be able to settle back and watch that tonight for a bit of a release. Stammi bene, Rachel ...
... incredible art, Renaissance architecture, and an incredible joie de vivre...and did I mention the food?
We never get much time to do much else when we're in Florence these days other than to steal a few hours of walking around and exploring between meals--because when in Florence, most of our time is spent either sharing a dignified ...
... owners (I do not know which) called to Mark and invites us over for a coffee. M & D have eaten there many times and this was like 'old buddies' come over. It would have been rude to not go, so even though we were all tired, it was already near 11, I had a lovely latte and we shared a Terimasu like you have never had! It was "out of this world"!!!!!! So let me add a few pics and hopefully the coffee will not keep me awake! More adventures ...
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-Final show for the kids, meet parents, take pictures, yadda yadda..
-Take tram home, take shower, get back on tram to meet people at the Piazza del Duomo
-Get off tram, wander for a bit, and then see my friends, cracking open a bottle of wine on the steps of the 2nd biggest church of all Italy. Sacrilege?? Lol.