Park Hotel I Lecci
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Hotel I Lecci San Vincenzo
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... sophistication than the typical simple Tuscan fare we have encountered. Susan ordered a pasta stuffed with cottage cheese and spinach and Joe ordered a wild boar stew. After dinner, Joe received a painted ceramic souvenir dish with a picture of a wild boar. The was made to celebrate the restaurant’s 50th anniversary.
After dinner we, we headed back to our hotel for a good night’s sleep. Tomorrow is another day with another walled city to ...
... his brother are both very gentle, considerate gentleman – most interested in Australia. Slept over. August 19th – back at Uliveto
After breakfast where Libera woke up and made biscuits, yoghurt cake etc for us, we had a look around the property which is beautiful. We drove back via Vinci but somehow the way was different to the way we came back ...
We wake up to find it's raining so no rush to go anywhere early. Our room is on the top floor, up some steep stairs and has a great view up and down the busy little street. After breakfast at the hotel we meet up with Jana, a local guide, for a tour of Volterra town. It is partly walled. The section we see was built in Medieval times but parts were built earlier by the Etruscans and has a few arched entrances. The ...
... final leg of our bus ride winds up to ' Earth with Wings'. Volterra appears to float above the mist and the weather has turned cooler. Our Hotel La Locanda is at the end of a narrow cobbled street. Volterra is a hilltop town with sections of wall to keep out the aggressive enemies. We have a brief walk through part of the town and then a group dinner where we sit with Robert and Elma, Joe and Katherine from ...
... area out in the middle of the nowhere/the mountains. Silver pipes crisscrossing the mountainsides and roads. The locals would have been torn between the changing landscape and the prosperity generated by the multiple power stations dominating everything.
Voltarre, a walled city on a pinnacle, with narrow windy streets even outside the walls. Rain threatening and windy, but ...