Hotel Posta Marcucci
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... font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">So, will try to get this away in the morning before we head off to places as yet unknown....I haven't had the running-sheet for the day yet....
... wine stores). We found one via Trip Advisor that was very unique, Enoteca di Piazza. You get an electronic card that allows you to taste all of the wine you want. Samuele gives you the card and asks about your wine style preferences, then points out ones you may like. Based on your reaction he will show you other wines you may like. The wine is in vacuum sealed bottles and you put your card in a slot to select the wine you want to try. The card keeps track of the wine you ...
... hillside and find themselves a private small lagoon to bathe in. I'm not that nimble on my feet, so I took the proper path down to the main pool at the bottom, which has a pretty awesome view back up the hillside and of the springs making their way down. This is where I started writing this blog :)
Although the water is actually fairly cool, I have to be honest and say I am grateful it is. I think in this Italian heat sitting in hot water would not be the most ...
... steep hills by a combination of riding and walking. I have decided that the scenery is too amazing and I am going to not worry about how fast I go, as I just want to enjoy the moments.
Our next stop was Montepulciano, famous for wine and being the highest town in Tuscany. We rode along the stone walls up into the town, and with every corner I wanted to stop and take pictures. At the top, we parked our bikes and ...
... and look for a place to eat lunch. We see a tent-covered terrace restaurant that overlooks the original thermal spring in the middle of town called La Terrazza. Since it’s early afternoon, most Italians are having a break and the restaurant is quiet. We find a table directly overlooking the pool that is reputed to have been built by the Medici rulers of Florence.
As the waiter is bringing our antipasti, the manager apologies and asks if he ...