La Rotonda in Chianti
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of La Rotonda in Chianti
TripAdvisor Reviews La Rotonda in Chianti Monteriggioni
Travel Blogs from Monteriggioni
... dinner on the pier and well passed out. The next day we woke early and took the train to Monterossa, the biggest of the five towns and on of the main hubs for hiking. We enjoyed the morning sun on the beach with ham and cheese toasties and a couple cups of cafe and tea before lacing up our runners and hitting the dirt paths along the cliff edge back to our little home. It was straight up and with plenty of rock stairs having us panting fairly quickly, but the ...
... lunch (with the obligatory gelato) in a small piazza and were back on the 12:54 train to Firenze (Florence) by 2pm. We walked back through the market area and reacquainted ourselves with some of the vendors. Some of the group were keen to go up the bell tower so MrM took them up the 440 steps to the top which had a fantastic view of the city and particularly back towards the Duomo. The rest ...
Off to see David, with hundreds of other tourists. Queued with hundreds of other tourists. Had hundreds of new best friends by the time we were allowed to enter. By that time, all the ladies had also checked out every shop in the vicinity, and were amazed that so few were open.
In. Stood and admired David. Wandered all round and admired David. Walked past David at every opportunity and ...
... by the same person as the villa Brian typically stays in when in Tuscany. Unfortunately, it was closed this month since the owners are on holiday. Dinner was excellent and quite filling.
Dad highlight - late afternoon black cherry and cookies and cream gelato
Dad lowlight - none
Mom highlight - a nice leisurely walk with no place to be
Mom lowlight - the shops on the Ponte Vecchio Bridge ...
... Salute to our first Italian beverage and admire our surrounds Next is to find the recommended restaurant for dinner, Porcospino! Magnifico!! We all enjoy a delicious pasta, yummy wine and cheeky banter with the waiters. And no, they did not serve porcupine............ Arriving back in the room to settle for the night and update our blogs, I discover Facebook has really locked me out and I ...