How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Toscana Verde Laterina
Travel Blogs from Laterina
... We had a local guide who took us through the church. He was very funny. We had time to shop and take snaps. We then headed to a vineyard in Monte Carlo, Tuscany. There we were taken around and explained the process of olive oil and wine making. We then had a superb dinner and lots of wine in a garden dining area. After dinner there was more wine and dancing. Fantastic night had by all. Great end to a great ...
Most museums in Florence close on Mondays, so we decided to take in some free sights. We also bought our Firenze cards in preparation for the next 3 days of museums, galleries, churches, gardens etc. We did a bit of shopping - Jillian got a great bag for travelling and I bought a cool handbag that I can use for work. We booked in for a cycle tour of the city at 3pm, so we ...
... the drips that are on the glass from the wine (I cant remember what this was supposed to do but it was important). All of this unfortunately did not make me a wine connoisseur, but I'd like to think I know a little more about wine now then the average person. All of the wine was very good, and I was able to purchase a bottle before we left. I made the unfortunate mistake of telling our guide that my favorite wine was the ...
... then they lock you out. And then bring out little, white, paper bags with steaming hot croissants filled with chocolate or cream.
Since we are not very good night owls, but were set on trying the famous secret croissants, we took a short nap from about 9-11:30pm. We left the apartment at about midnight and found the bakery no problem... only about a twenty minute walk away. The croissants were as amazing as everyone had said. We ordered three chocolate and one cream ...
... the fly really close to your head (not as high as the birds at home) and it freaks me out! Ill be able to get used to them though. Another difference that I have noticed is the Italians cell phone use. At Penn State every single person is using their phone while they're walking to class. In Italy, Florence specifically, I have yet to see someone walking and looking down at their phone. It's great because I actually absorb so much more while walking around ...