Hotel Santa Chiara
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... loves it – but I believe I will find it difficult to duplicate myself! Craig went down to the bar to drink coffee and Internet and met some Americans who live in the area. It seems that quite a few of them do so. It was raining less today – mainly intermittently. We drove to Bucine to the Coop for some supermarket shopping and then drove to Pieve a Pescare to the Pescaro Restaurant. Lovely views once again but we had difficulty getting them ...
... were desending into the valley and through residential villages until we picked up the A1. We collected our ticket and would pay at Chuisi where we left the motorway and the short village drive on familiar roads to Panicale.
We did our familiar stops along the A1 for refreshment and to refuel. It was as good a trip home as it was going to the coast. These motorways do make long distance travel as stress free as it can be. The same as on our ...
... well cared for and a large garden. A lot of it was 'chisuod' but it was sweet to see and then we had a lovely lunch at Taverna di Berardenga. Craig had yummy duck – which we haven’t tried before. This town had lots of signs that come summer it would be full of people outside. We then drove through the pretty countryside to San Gusme – an even smaller ...
... This was set high up in the Tuscan hills and had magnificent views. We had to hang around for a while until a volunteer guide arrived to show us around. Initially okay, it turned out to be a great tour. The church had a magnificent alter made of marble. The guide really brought it alive to us becauase he sang to indiciate how good the acoustics were. This was important as the priests had to sing their prayers!! The monastery was huge and ...
Montepulciano offers tons of artistic, cultural and tourist events besides "New Moon."
But then you have this souvenir shop which was a bust for "Twilight" stuff. Another one of those situations -- Trim Castle, Forli and Sound of Music in Salzburg -- where they have an untapped gold mine among the most traveled people on the planet, Americans, and they seem to be ignoring it. Or maybe it's just my American ethnocentrism.