Villa San Lucchese Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla San Lucchese Hotel Poggibonsi
Lovely Hotel with a nice view. My room had a bathtub!
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Stan and I got up early to be first in line to climb to the top of the Duomo. We climbed the 463 stairs for the best view of Florence!
We went by bus to the Chianti area and hiked the little town of Greve. The weather was not great (rainy) but we had fun. The hotel Villa San Lucchese was lovely and my room had a tub! Dinner at the hotel was a great risotto with asparagus and saffron.
... outside the shop.
-Shaved prosciutto slices.
-Ricotta cheese (that we had made) with fig jam.
-Cheese platters, all of which were from the farm.
-Raw vegetables with a lemon juice, olive oil and salt mixture for dipping (absolutely incredible).
It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway: these were all arranged beautifully, whether it was twisting lemon peels into flower-like shapes or ...
... truffles made that day! AMAZING! I had dinner with two of Kevin's ( the groom) friends who live in California and we became instant friends! I then proceeded to pass out for a good seven hours. In the morning i did laps in the pool to stretch my body out from all the traveling. At the time I thought this would be a good idea but little did I know I would get talked into going to the great town I wrote of above, San Gimignano. But no we were ...
Sunday, May 5th 2013
It's Sunday! And, in Italy, no one can do Sunday without going to mass... So we did the noon service at Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, in the Duomo Piazza. Obviously, everything was in Italian; quite an experience! We all went for communion for the second time in Italy. Officially, it was Sébastien's Second First Holy Communion. We sat under the dome (duomo); the largest dome in the world ...
... view you should have for the foreshortening to work, and it was absolutely stunningly perfect. Aside from things like the subtle details of viens on the hands, it was interesting even just to look at his expression. From afar it looks generically blank, but up close, he looks a bit upset, and his brow is a bit scrunched up. Anyway, enough trying to describe it. It was awesome.) Also, there was some ****** modern art, which someone no ...