- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Montepulciano
... a beautiful wrap and nothing for Toni or Ian. Tomorrow June 7th is a special day here where each section of the town has there own flag and they will celebrate the medical days. It is also a religious pilgrimage day. The Basilica in the middle of the town has all the frescos and sculptures you would normally see on the inside of the church on the outside so people could see and worship as they were passing by. Wish we were able to attend but ...
... and waving of hands. It was funny. Marco is such a prat. To travel up to old Perugia we had to go via a series escalators within the old wall - quite cool really. We met at a revolving clock, which is modern but does not revolve any more. After we had finished we had to go down the escalator which was broken. When asked when it would be fixed we were told about thirty minutes. One and a half hours later it was still not fixed, but this is ...
... trip a Ravioli stuffed with ricotta and walnuts in a light gorgonzola cream sauce with pears. Warren’s filet was delicious in keeping with Tuscany’s reputation for fine beef. We ordered a salad to share and were amazed by the artful presentation - delicate fresh greens were topped with cherry tomatoes and julienned zucchini, all surrounded by very thin slices of apple.
Full and happy, we retired to get some rest before tomorrow’s wine tasting excursion.
We all went up to the main piazza just a short walk from our hotel for coffee and croissants and planned our day. As I was reading thru Rick Steeves book I noticed this picture of him with the winemaker of Vino Nobile located in basement of Palazzo Contucci. When I looked up there it was so we went down and who do we run into but Signor Contucci himself!!! He has been making wine here since 1953 and still lives in this Palazzo as his family ...
Our last breakfast on the terrace. Noticed the Windstar had pulled into port. After breakfast Ian and I went to town about a 25 minute walk to pick up the car. We got to Europa car rental only to find out we needed our passports. Ian bless his heart walked back to the hotel to get the passports and I stayed in town. As I was waiting I started to walk towards the church in the middle of town and noticed the doors were open, went inside ...