TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Centrale Chiusi
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... It was super cool because a few years ago they had done this massive renovation, and the winery was all eco-friendly and sustainable. The had these tubes of mirrors set up coming down from the surface so that they didn't need electric lights, and for five minutes every hour they had sprinklers running on the roof in order to keep it cool so that they did not need to use air conditioning. There were three rooms in which the wine ...
... to meet me in Monterosso later in the week. On my last morning in Florence after another baked bean and egg breakfast enhanced further by lasagne, I bought a leather mask from the markets which made a rad souvenir from the leather capital. I can't say I was entirely wooed by Florence. Beautiful city, but maybe not overall my cup of tea. I'd say it's more of a cappucino destination. My style is definitely South Italian espresso. Italy just never stops surprising me ...
... John and Giuseppe were looking after the kids. They went to do a few errands, went for lunch and then to play soccer with the kids. Giuseppe needed to go and do a few things with work, so at one point Paul had our three boys, plus 2 year old Giacamo! He managed to get them all back to Johns house to watch some tv, and Giacamo decided to nap on the couch making it a little easier! When we returned from shopping, Paul and I decided ...
... basilica. This is a rich medieval church where you can find Galileo, Michelangelo, and many other important figures buried. It was/is beautiful.
'School' is great. From hard sciences to classes like pairing food & wine and studio arts; it's a nice break. I have a sinking feeling that I am going to have an awful work ethic once I get back in the ...
... attractions other than the Ponte Vecchio, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens. So there are some great markets and Piazzas here that are more real Italian with actual non-touristy prices, etc.
Ciao for now. Upcoming are the catching up on our journey through Tuscany as well as our trip down the Italian Riveria and the Cinque Terre before returning home to Florence and my home for the remainder of my stay this summer.
Other places to stay in Chiusi
Strada Statale 146, Chiusi | 4 star hotelfrom $80
Via dei Tulipani, 1, Chiusi | 3 star hotelfrom $86
Via Delle Rose 7, Chiusi | 3 star hotelfrom $103
Via Marconi 2, Chiusi | 1 star hotelfrom $73
\N, Chiusi | Hotelfrom $109