Etrusco Arezzo Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Babysitting service
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Etrusco Arezzo Hotel
Travel Blogs from Arezzo
... His grace would have sustained me and kept me true had I been. A very sacred site indeed! On leaving the Colosseum different to how we entered, we were immediately disoriented in how to get back to our coach to rejoin the others who did not do the guided tour. Panic and fear described our predicament! Overly late people would be left behind to make their own way to the next hotel city. Finally we managed to get to the right spot only a few minutes late which was OK. But we ...
... and knitting the yarn. Her cashmere is so unbelievably soft - softer than cashmere from Afghanistan and Iran, which are the major producers. In fact, she has been asked by the U.S. government to go to Afghanstan to teach them her breeding techniques. Her scarves cost between $150-$240 Euros each. We were tempted, but we didn't buy. Back to the farmhouse in time for our group dinner. A couple on their honeymoon from Newcastle, England, a ...
... yucky pizza and I have the worst pasta carbinara I've ever tasted. I have a few bites then push it aside. Maria has made the intelligent decision to wait and have a burger at the train station in Pisa.
Now we ask our GPS to get us to Lajatico. We have tickets to see Andrea Bocelli at the Teatro del Silenzio tonight. The theater is only used once a year for Andrea who was born near here. We have to ...
It's our last full day in Tuscany and we're kind of bummed! We've had a great time here enjoying the countryside. When traveling its normal to end up mostly in big cities, which are great, but it can definitely wear on you. Getting to see the quieter, less commercial parts of a country can be much more rewarding.We took the bikes back this morning, then I walked into town to get my hair cut at a small barber shop. He was ...
... Lauren spotted a carousel. We walked to the Ponte Vecchio, and did some more shopping along the way. (Kate discovered the 'Zara' kids range.) After taking some photos on the Ponte Vecchio we walked past the Uffizi Gallery and the 'David' replica before stopping in the Palazzo Della Signoria for some sustenance. The girls had a dessert each, which cost more than our entire lunch! We then headed towards the train station and caught the train back to Arezzo.