Hotel Prategiano - Maremma Toscana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Amy and I opted for a glass of Brunello in a small wine garden that had magnificent views over the valleys below. It was stunning and we were so glad we did the tour and got to see this tiny town. After the hour drive back to Siena we walked around town for the final time before sharing a pizza and heading to our hotel to pack our bags ready for an early-ish check out tomorrow morning. Next stop- the one I've been waiting for and wanting to explore the most... ...
The view from the bedroom was beautiful again - the fog sitting over the valleys. The window set up in the bedroom was interesting - the usual wooden shutters on the outside, then two pairs of heavy windows and then shutters in the inside and then curtains. There was certainly no light or noise coming in at all. We headed off into the duomo in Siena - we arrived at El compo piazza early and a policeman quietly requested we walk our bikes across the piazza. We ...
... the local economy, leading to the town's submission to Florence in 1353. We wandered around lost and absorbed with this beautiful town with medieval streetscapes. Lunch was salami and cheese panini in a tiny hole-in-the-wall place that we had read about. The owner Brunello Bertelli's family has lived in San Gimignano since 1773 and he is fiercely proud of his heritage and his panini. Photographs of his ancestors are proudly displayed on the ...
... 900 people in at a time. Only a short queue this time, neither Michael nor Roger being that good at waiting, waiting,....this was a good thing! The gallery is good, no doubt, but we rushed through it and I think I didn't get the best from it that I could have. Now Florence, I still haven't made up my mind about it. I'm not sure what I was expecting but I'm not raving about it. We will go back again before we leave, there are still ...
... Siena's Gothic town hall building, and the bell tower, Torre del Mangia, dominate Piazza del Campo. Torre del Mangia, 102 meters tall, is the second highest medieval bell tower in Italy. You can walk up the tower's 505 steps for some great views of Siena.
3. Fonte Gaia is an ornate fountain carved by Jacopo della Quercia in the fifteenth century. The one you see today is a 19th century copy. It sits at the north end of Il Campo.
4. Piazza ...