Agriturismo Il Masso
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... appreciating the natural view and tranquility at this stage of the trip - we are touristed out by tourists - and we enjoyed the rain with our balcony doors open. At 6pm the temperature was still a pleasant 22'. We had wondered if 5 days in Cinque Terre may be too long - it won't be from where we sit at present. The other good news is that we do have wifi and it works better than any other place we've stayed at so we are keen to Skype the family. Also the ...
... a good look at it. A few pics attached but by this time I'd had enough of hawkers trying to flog me pictures. So I found one of the best gelaterias had a milk cream (ver important, gelato is a sorbet or milk cream, anything fluffy and mounded up in the carton is ice cream and not the real deal) and then went back and sat on the hotel terrace with some complementary prosecco until the house martins went to ...
... for our much desired gelato of the day. Then walked over to the beach where we spent the rest of the day climbing the rocks and chatting with the guide. Afterwards it was time to head home. Just a relaxing train ride talking with some Aussie girls and watching the world go by. When we got back to florence we went put for dinner with Catie and Matt. We were told that ZaZa was a good place (went the other day) so we decided to go again. Had a nice pasta with ...
... piazzas, explained many of the statues around Florence (including those my Michelangelo and his students), and to the bridge which has 80 something jewellery stores on it. After this Dylan, Erin, Jackie and myself went up to the academia museum to see the real statue of David (there is a copy in one of the piazzas). Then Dylan, Erin, Lisa and myself went to a nice restaurant in one of the piazzas to have a nice Italian lunch before we depart ...
... coffee at a cafe with some riders kitted out in full
leathers, sat in the Piazza della Cisterna. We simply wandered around the town. Which is quite small. It's a unesco site due to its remaining 14 towers. Originally it had 72 but over the years they've fallen, these were symbols of wealth and power these include the twin towers ...
Other places to stay in Montaione
Via G Marconi 2, Montaione | 4 star hotelfrom $127
via Collerucci 29, Montaione | Hotelfrom $132
Via Collelungo, Montaione | 3 star hotelfrom $97
Via Santo Stefano (Loc. S.Stefano), Montaione | 3 star hotelfrom $124
Via Casastrada 9, Montaione | Hotelfrom $60