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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Minerva Hotel Arezzo
Travel Blogs from Arezzo
... as soon as we left the town center we were faced with what we should have remembered from that first trip, most of Arezzo is closed on Mondays until late afternoon, yes the whole town is closed. Lesson number 2, don’t go on Monday. Oh well, we got to the train station early, took an earlier train back and walked back to the apartment.
For dinner we decided to treat ourselves to a true fine dining experience at one of Florence’s newest ...
The idea of the villa in Tuscany was to take a mid-way vacation break from our vacation. A complete break wasn't in the cards for Xavier and I, as the morning after our late return from Il Palio, we left to watch Wimbledon, with a 2 1/2 day journey. I had been trolling the Internet all last fall, trying to find a cheap place with a pool and wifi and stumbled onto Villa Fabbroni. The owners, Stephano and Sergio bought this old villa in 1997. It was originally built ...
... basilicas and museums that were built hundreds of years ago and seeing paintings and frescoes that were created hundreds of years ago, many of them by famous masters and while in most cases I can appreciate the time and skill that went in to creating them, I just feel like I am missing something. Even though I can't tell the difference between a Gothic column and a Roman column and to me a fresco looks like a painting on a wall, we still enjoyed Arezzo.
Our stay in Villa Vignamaggio was so nice. This is what we pictured as Tuscany and what we thought Italy should look like.
We had a chance to have dinner with a local family in a small town just outside of Greve. This was the highlight of the entire trip.
... knowledgeable about the area and history.
We had our first stop at Castello Vicchiomaggio and had a look around the castle which was lovely before tasting their wines. Eugenio explained a lot about the history of the area which was great. We tasted some lovely wines but only purchased which was a very different rosata . Cant buy too much too quickly.
Next winery was Villa Vignamaggio which is owned by a Florence family. ...