Palazzo San Niccolo'
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I should also add that there is a delightful restaurant across the street from our hotel. it is called Dante. The web site is www.bardantechiani.com. Recommended for casual lunch or dinner. Restaurant in the hotel not recommended...$$$$ and not remarkable.
A second day perched in Radda overlooking the vineyards and olive groves. We spent the day searching out other mountain top villages and then ...
... up the sky from a little stone bench and watched a cruise ship leave the Harbour. We have all thoroughly loved Venice and we would definitely return. We arrived at our Florence apartment with a great train ride and a quick cab. Susanna met us at the door and introduced us to a wonderful apartment close to a supermarket, farmers market and all the sites to see in the city. We met our downstairs neighbour who had ...
... basically it's own little town with restaurants, shops, and bars. That night we had a group dinner at the restaurant and then we checked out some of the bars. The next morning we headed into town and first had a walking tour of the city with a local guide, the tour ended at a local leather shop where we were able to see how they make the traditional leather jewelry boxes. Then it was time for lunch, majority of the group went to a local restaurant to ...
Entry by Martin
Saw the leaning tower from the plane so skipped that (we actual visited it just last year) and drove to Radda in Chianti, the heart of the Chianti wine growing region in Tuscany. We came here to attend the wedding of my old mate Scruffs and his lovely now-wife, Vic's. I was mesmerised by Tuscany the first time I came here and think it is probably the second most beautiful landscape I've ever seen - the perfect ...
... down lunch at Sao Paolo, which had 40+ paninis on the menu (I didn’t know you can make that many combos with prosciutto and mozzarella and no sauce!) but was delicious nonetheless and ****** Italian beer was perfect for 90+ degree weather. We were supposed to go to Palazzo Publico but couldn’t stomach another museum so we decided it was more fun to donate our money to exercise and climbed another million stairs to the ...