Villa San Lucchese Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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.
... 10th October 2013 We set off to to visit the Ponte Vecchio today. We arrived at the bridge as did throngs of tour groups. We were glad we could wander at our leisure, without time constraints. What a lovely view of of the bridge while we strolled towards it. As we stepped onto the bridge, we were amazed by the vast amount of venders. People everywhere and gold and jewellery shops as far as the eye could see. The size of some pieces were huge, we couldn't imagine the ...
... 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 ...
... and enjoy a beverage on the square. Then it's a walk along the river and back to our respective hotels for mini siestas. 7.30pm: Dinner. We head over the river via the Ponte Vecchio bridge, catching a couple of Coldplay songs from a cover band on the way. We then head for one of the places recommended by our guide book: Il Cantinone. Big mistake - the RUDEST waiters in the history of Florence. They barely look at us, refuse to answer any questions about the menu, slap down ...
... dessert cracker that’s well known in Siena. I really liked them all, except for the dessert wine that kind of tasted like liquor (ick) There’s some other really good dessert wine that I’ve tried before that’s more of a pink color, rather than brownish, and is much sweeter. Then our guide, Sam (yes he’s Italian, but his name isn’t apparently), who was quite the character, brought us on a little hike around the walls of the town. It was SO HOT ...