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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Granducato Montelupo Fiorentino
Travel Blogs from Montelupo Fiorentino
... 8217;s chief domestic product appears to be misanthropic claustrophobia.
Phew. Alright. Tourist rant done.
Most of that pent-up rage arose during our first two days in Florence, which we spent seeing all of the major sights: Il Dumo, which despite the throngs of crowds definitely lived up to the hype; the statue of David, which absolutely lived up to the hype; David’s weiner, which was probably a little below the ...
... milk top-ups, yet to be finished by anyone), but we did share some cakes/pastries, and marvel at the horse-like dog that joined us in the very small cafe, yes, dogs accepted everywhere in Italy. We could have had one dog per room in Venice, and in Salzburg too come to think of it. The Smith in me is ill at the thought of a dog occupying my room before I did! We've seen dogs in butchers, deli's, department stores and in a pet carrier in seats across from ...
... city!! i was very surprised but not shocked at how much graffiti there is here, but they said that unlike the US, graffiti here does not mean it is a bad part of town.
The hotel that we are staying at tonight is gorgeous!! So fancy, it's the Hotel Astoria and it has four stars! Everything looks old and very Italian. There are paintings on the ceiling of the lobby, antique lighting, and the picture ...
... we hit the pavement wondering around the city. We picked our dinner spot in the best way possible, away from the tourist strip and how hot the waiter was...we were not disappointed!!! The food was also good and the wine AMAZING! Let's say it was an expensive day for food and wine but all extremely enjoyable! We traced our way home and decided Siena would be our adventure the next day as most of the museums etc were closed in Florence on ...
... on bus to San Gimignano. As we were driving through the countryside you could see this walled village perched on the hill (but then all hills seem to have a walled village perched on top of them). When we got there it was so worth the visit. San Gimignano was a relay point on the Via Francigena for pilgrims journeying to and from Rome and was given its freedom from the Bishop in 1199. It has retained its medieval appearant ...