Borgo Di Montereggi

Via Palandri n.20 , Limite Sull'Arno, Tuscany, 50050, Italy | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $118.00

Travel Blogs from Limite Sull'Arno

Sweet Saturday - Slow Saturday

A travel blog entry by vannstravel


... olive oil cookies to go with wine...2€ for 1/4lb or in Italy...une etto. Also....After a few weeks, dust bunnies were gathering so did a little housework and then some sheets and jeans. We have a washer in the apartment, but not a dryer so jeans just take forever...especially when it rains! Some random stuff today was one of the Calcio Storico parades....right by the laundromat...told you that old nonna blessed me! I can't ...

The Law of Threes

A travel blog entry by tfsnews


... had the place to ourselves and breakfast items were refreshed.

We had a walking tour called "Original Florence" that began at 9:15 and ended at 12:30. Our favorite highlights of the three hour tour were:
1. Rich: I enjoyed the side streets which gave us a peak of what Florence looked like during the Medieval years. Some of the buildings had supports that were holding them apart so they wouldn't fall into the street. It was ...

Full of Firenze

A travel blog entry by allielaurqualls


... than any of us have, all the way down to his perfect toe nails! Lauren's favorite part of David was his arms and hands with the veins bulging.

After David, we walked to the Square of the Duomo. There we could marvel at the Dome, which is the largest self supporting dome in the world. We also saw the Cathedral with white, red, and green marble, and the Baptistery. The doors into the Baptistery are massice bronze doors with 3D depictions of the bible. St. ...


A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve


After a 3 hour train ride, we arrived in Florence around 11:00 today. Our B&B is right in the heart of all the major attractions. Unfortunately, due to the holiday today, the city is very crowded. Our B&B hostess is from America and she has been a great help answering all of our questions. We decided to go to the Piazzale Michelangelo which has amazing views of the city and a lot of steps to get there. We then went across the Ponte Vecchio bridge which is also pretty amazing. ...

A drunken tour, and sampling cow guts in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by john_tillett

... of Emma’s cousin. In the words of our very pleasant, but amusingly abrupt waiter, “it is food like the Mama makes”.

It was a memorable meal. The Japanese girl, Mirai ordered the most horrific smelling, tasting and textured dish of broiled cow gut (no ****- except perhaps in the dish), which she loved. Alternatively, having tasted a piece, I was overcome by a sensation for the whole meal that a piece of cow gut was in ...



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