Residence Montericco

Address: Via Casastrada 9, Montaione, Tuscany, 50050, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Casastrada 9, Montaione, is near San Jacopo.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Montericco Montaione

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Montaione

Museum Day

A travel blog entry by tfaddis on Sep 28, 2014

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... remain and there is a nice courtyard. Best of all--no huge crowds! Afterwards, we walked a bit and had some gelato. We went back to the apartment and Jimmy took a long nap while I read. Turns out we missed George Clooney's wedding in Venice by a few days. That was all over the news. Was a relaxing ...


A travel blog entry by daisylou71 on Jul 17, 2014

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... get off in a little town called Fiesole and climb to the top of the hill for a gorgeous view over Florence, walking down the other side we get a great view of the green hills, dotted with houses and cypress trees. We stroll through the little town for an hour before returning to the city where we get tickets to climb to the top of the dome in the Duomo. After queuing for sometime in the boiling sun we take the 466 ...

Florence (Firenze)

A travel blog entry by wardtrip on May 06, 2014

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... br> The Boboli Gardens were massive and there were heaps of different sections in the whole of the gardens. There were fountains, greenhouses, lemon trees and lots of statues. My favourite bit of the garden was the hill that you could stand on top of and overlook Florence. Then we went to a famous Cathedral called Santa Maria. We climbed to the top of a section of the Cathedral called the Duomo. It was really high and windy. We had to climb over 800 steps that day. ...

Arrivederci, Italia!

A travel blog entry by berniandjay on Aug 30, 2013

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... freshly sliced prosciutto, melon, possibly cheese, and something that resembled a quinoa salad that was delicious. There was also a platter of crostini with chicken liver pate, which always reminds me of the smell of dog food, so I passed. We had two types of pasta, sadly memory escapes me as to the specifics, and a huge, heaping plate of traditional Florentine bistecca.

Giacomo was ...

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by mbrayall on May 10, 2013

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... photos of the
communities from the water. In the first town we went on a short walk with our
tour guides through town before we got back on the train to take us back to our

For supper we had traditional Italian pizza and tiramisu
take out and drank too much wine while visiting with wonderful people staying
at our B&B on the terrace. Cheers to another great day tomorrow. Ciao.