Villa San Lucchese Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla San Lucchese Hotel Poggibonsi
Lovely Hotel with a nice view. My room had a bathtub!
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... with groceries so we decided to check it out. We walked in to a Lidl and could not believe the pirces! Everything was so cheap in this large grocergy store. We bought a few premade burgers for our trip to Greece tomorrow and some gelato for the night. We rented a car online to drive us down from Thessoloniki to Athens tomorrow afternoon. I am a tad worried but hopefully everything will work out. Good thing my mother knows hows to drive a stick.
... and there was a huge market going on it smelled like leather it was amazing but it was raining like a mofo! I made a bet with the girls that ten people would ask me to buy and umbrella and I won that within 25 min. But there wad a guy we met I asked his name and he told me it was discount. The girls went into his shop and the jackets were 580 euro but they put them On and they looked hella good. He took off so much then ended ...
We had an amazing, cute and very informative guide,Marcus, who took us to the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery to view the statue of David and walking through the back streets of Florence. Of course after lunch the ladies have headed into ...
... in the distance on a neighboring mountain bluff is another famous castle town called San Gimignano where there are restaurants, stores for fresh food, wine, pasta as well as galleries, leather shops and you can't forget gelato! My first day there, I had just travel almost 20 hours so I got my bearings, jumped in the pool and went to dinner up the hill where I proceeded to watch the sun set directly behind San Gimignano and ate fresh ...
... no tavola". They found our booking and we were whisked to a table. It is not a fancy restaurant, but a trattoria style. We did the full Italian meal, with a shared antipasto of mixed bruschetta, primi piatti (Ken has gnocchi and I had ribollita soup), secondi piatti (Ken - wild boar stew, me - chicken and saffron stew). By now we were pretty full. The food was delicious, we had finished a lovely bottle of chianti, but I do like to ...