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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Reale Montecatini Terme
Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... prepared risotto with mushrooms, and beef so tender we hardly need knives when we eat it later. But now it's time for lunch. Decisions, decisions.... we circle the market, eyeing others' plates, and finally settle on plates of fritto misto del mare, lightly battered and heavily salted fried sardines, shrimp (whose eyes look up at us sadly) and calamari. Yum! Tourists and locals vie for the seats that give front ...
... be enclosed because some nutter took to it with a hammer a few years ago. When the guide caught up he went into a few more details of the history and how they think it depicts David after he slew Goliath. I still find it unreal that I have been so close to these incredible works of art.
We were staying across the road from the train station but the windows were triple glazed. We didn't hear a thing until we opened the windows to catch ...
Draz went in and lazed on the pavement, we had dragged her along in case she needed to take some of our belongings back. Whilst we all had a good swim - the life guards being pretty strict on behaviour. The slittiest ruckus and you were getting a frowned look or a few choice words.
After a few hours it was time to go...Draz had already left early to go shopping, the rest of us ...
... Once we had our head around their directions to various areas, we decided to walk back to the station as we were now more confident of not getting lost. This took over an hour by the time we browsed as we went. Once we could see the station, we back tracked to a nice little Restaurant for some lunch. These Italian waiters love having fun with the cliental and make the experience one you will remember fondly. As we were on a strict time frame ...
... The gnocchi was so tender and fluffy. After making our fill, we sat down at a wine bar/cafe that we had discovered earlier during the day. We sat and shared some red and struck up conversation with a couple of local Italian women who were a load of fun! After sharing some wine they invited us to party on the other side of town. So we drove over to this place across the river where it appears all the locals hang out! The place was buzzing with people, even at that hour. We grabbed a ...