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TripAdvisor Reviews Metropole Hotel Montecatini Terme
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Rented Alfa car after lunch and drove to S. Gimignano. Interesting drive into the town as hotel inside the walls right in Centro - had to bail at a small opening and run up and check if car can get in - no turning back and google maps not happy about driving in a pedestrian area. Hotel ok and town clean and neat but lacked ...
... rural setting. .......... The weather was still looking threatening. And I didn't have a wet weather coat. Michelle offered to lend me hers. After much hesitation, I borrowed it. I told her that it would get pretty dirty. ( I have never been a 'Teflon' horse rider. The dirt just jumps straight off the horse and attaches itself to me.) Anyway, we left them to their drunken ways and headed 5 minutes down the road to the 2nd Winery ... ( Still hadn't ...
... The roads were fairly quiet, but we did have a couple of close calls when cars sped around the corner towards us. Our first stop was to a winery in a restored castle. It was set high in the hills and the view from the terrace was stunning. A white peacock lived in the garden here and we managed to catch a glimpse of it perched high in a tree! The weather had cooled off considerably and we began to wish we'd packed a jumper in our backpack today! Thankfully we ...
... buzzer several times but no answer. I ended up phoning (first phone call on our Telus international plan) to ask to open the door. Next it was one flight of stairs up to get to the front desk. I’ve never stayed in a hostel before but I imagine this place is similar. After 8:00pm there is no one manning the front desk so you are on your own. I am getting better at these European door locks as we have to open three doors here, ...
... time so we walked to the Ponte Vecchio as we had been tipped off it wouldn't be part of the guided walking tour. We did buy souvenirs but don't get excited that it might have been in the shops on the Ponte Vecchio! We also stopped for coffee in an alleyway coffee shop and RK even scored a soy milk cappuccino, the first in Italy ...