Palazzo alle Mura
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo alle Mura Poggibonsi
Travel Blogs from Poggibonsi
... The restaurant and cooking school is called Zeppelin. Lorenzo made pasta and he was very entertaining. We had antipasti to start, his pasta for main and a beautiful dessert made of custard, marscapone and chocolate crumbs in masala. Along with the red wine and the coffee we were all ready for a siesta. I have been to Orvieto before with Katrina and I was hoping to show Andrew the magnificent duomo but Joey didn't think we would ...
... bright colors, so many different options. Pinocchio showed up in many different sizes and depictions—I totally forgot that he was an Italian story character! We drove on to Poggibonsi to our hotel for the next 4 nights. It’s centrally located between San Gimignano, Siena, Florence, and Pisa, and we’ll be taking day trips to each one. There’s nothing much near the hotel except other hotels and, ...
... but we only ordered 2 pizza's (€10.50 each) he wanted to charge us an extra €2 each to sit at his tables. Stingy! So we took them back down to our site to eat and he missed out on extra sales of beer and coke. The pizza's cost more than the restaurant in Venice and were not as nice. So we didn't buy anything from him again, only from the little camp shop.
It was still very hot by bed time and there seemed to be no mosquitoes so we slept with the tent open.
... it did smell a bit as it was just like the thermal hot pools in New Zealand, with the mud etc. we found that all our swimmers smelt for days afterwards of the clay, but it was worth it.
we finally arrived at our accommodation in Tuscany. it was a beautiful bed and breakfast and we were on the first floor overlooking the valley. it had a small kitchenette downstairs and was furnished exactly like we imagined a villa in Tuscany ...
... guide for the day was another local from Florence who was more of a teacher than just a tour guide and we loved it. Her passion for art was contagious along with her positive energy. Again, Viator chose wisely for us and we had a great day. Tours were divided into to separate times which was great. One in the morning - Accademia and Uffizi in the late afternoon.