Albergo Il Marzocco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergo Il Marzocco Montepulciano
Cheap rates but still clean and tidy.
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Travel Blogs from Montepulciano
... after five weeks of dodging them in every city and village! We found our way to the vaporetto station, then arrived at our hotel which is in a quiet residential corner of the island. Dumped our luggage and went off to investigate. Weather forecast is not looking good , rain predicted so we thought we would have a quick look while it was still fine. Up and down little allay, over canals and it was really cool. Then we came upon a fruit market in one of the squares just ...
... who was in the pew praying did not think it was so cool). Next we parked in Montepulciano and walked up the windy cobblestone tiny roads to one of the highest points where there is the Piazza Grande is.... And the clock tower building where the scene was shot. I had a few photos, we had a nice lunch in the piazza and then went to the top of the clock tower for a nice lookout over the rest of Montepulciano. We then began our hour long drive ...
... the kids home and make very one have a nap. We were invited to Franka Ville for dinner with Paul's Zia Nicoletta and Zio Marino, plus Claudia, Giuseppe and their kids, and to not have a repeat of the other nights dinner, where we had three very tired teary kids we thought this would be good. Well it worked well for Nicolas and Luca, but Brodie woke up extremely grumpy and still ended up in tears when we were at dinner!!! However ...
... a few tables on a patio and then a yard and garden so we ate out there. After stoping back at the bakery for more coffee (our first non-airport espressos of the trip and Nate's first chance to see how amazing coffee is here) we were ready to head down to the Tuscan countryside. And let me tell you, our cute little Lancia is barely up to the task! Thank god it's a manual because a 1.2 liter automatic would never have gotten up to ...
... At the first winery we sampled a variety of different wines, cheeses, sausages, and olive oils. Everything tasted so wonderful so my mother bought a few bottles of wine, ash cheese (MY FAVORITE), and some other little souvenirs to bring back to the states. We had the chance to walk through what was previously a torture chamber, where now all the cheeses and wines are aged. After the wine tour we had a few hours to explore on our own so we went and took a picture in front of ...