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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Continentale Arezzo
Travel Blogs from Arezzo
... shaken by the prospect as we didn't know the next hotel and we couldn't find the right street for the coach, both causing our panic and fear. Once settled, we then left Rome and drove on towards Florence. The Tuscany hills, trees, homes, farms and olive groves spread out along the way. Very nice countryside. We stayed at a hotel in Arezzo, 80km before Florence, called the Etrusco Arezzo Hotel. It was a 4 star, very nice and we had a beautiful laid out Italian buffet meal for ...
... Toronto, Canada, two women and a man from Brisbane, Australia, and us. Benedetta, the owner, made our dinner - mushroom ravioli in tomato sauce, tender boneless chicken in a lemon cream sauce, roasted potatoes, caramelized peppers, and for dessert, honemade ice cream with chocolate drizzle and a homemade shortbread type cookie. All small portions, but filling and so delicious. Now to bed, but tomorrow we are planning to visit Siena and nearby ...
... directions a couple of times, but when we start to see buses and more traffic we know we're on the right path. We park in a field and take a bus up through the narrow, windy streets of a tiny village and then walk the rest of the way to the outdoor theater. It is surrounded by golden fields with hills all around. As the sun sets and it grows darker the towns on the surrounding hills start to twinkly with ...
... on break/siesta and told me to come back in the afternoon. So I found a grocery store and got stuff for our daily picnic. Bread, meat, olives, pesto, fruit and peppers (we still had cheese left over.) We mixed it up today though and had our picnic at a park down the road along the Greve river, which is a tiny fast moving river that goes right through town. After lunch we played frisbee in the park for quite a while. ...
... last day in Arezzo, we decided to take it easy. We did some shopping, ate a nice Tuscan lunch and the girls spent this afternoon by the pool and in the garden. Jeff explored the historical, medieval parts of Arezzo on his own. Tonight we're eating in our villa (I love saying that.. "my villa"). We went to one of the gorgeous little food/wine shops in town and stocked up on goodies.
Tomorrow - Venice. But right now, there's a glass of chianti with my name on it!