Hotel Il Monte
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... caffe in the center of the market. More food and wine (and dessert). Following the market, we walked through central Florence and went to the Centro Mercato (central market). We arrived just as they were putting their produce and fresh ingredients away for the day, so we toured the second floor of prepared foods, pasta, cheeses, breads and........gelato. Today's gelato flavors: Chris--pinolata (cream and pine ...
... sup> century churches, museums, and government buildings scatter when cars rumble up the cobbles – sometimes at speeds reminiscent of names like Andretti.
It was great to once again be on a bike, and unlike the area around Angkor in Cambodia, Tuscany served up a huge helping of “up.” Hills are always challenging on a tandem, but the first day was by far the most challenging. After dropping down a 15% grade, we came to a ...
We Take some Bum Advice But Enjoy Our Day in Siena Nevertheless!
Although I think Siena is very beautiful, on this particular day, we had a car for the week and had wanted originally to go to Montepulciano instead and we let ourselves be talked out of Montepulciano in favor of Siena. The thing is, Siena is very very easy to reach from Florence by train or bus and there is a schedule of frequent trains or buses available every day so we could have made this trip another ...
... did find two of the (many) basilicas, crossed the Piazza probably ten times, including a stop there for lunch. You can buy a Peroni for one euro, great value. We also manage to get to the supermarket and get some supplies and tonight we will cook something simple for dinner, at least we have a kitchen, a rare treat. We wander around for what seems like hours, it is a pretty small place and we manage to see quite a bit. Siena is a great place and I have loved being here. ...
... is like. After that, we had an authentic Tuscan lunch and got on the bus to head to San Gimignano.
San Gimignano is a medieval town that is surrounded by a city wall. The town is known for its medieval towers that almost give it the look of a modern cityscape with stone towers instead of skyscrapers. It is a quaint, charming town full of small shops and gelaterias. We climbed to the top of a small tower and had a great view of the Tuscan ...