Relais Il Vallone

Address: Loc. Il Vallone, 136 - Scrofiano, Sinalunga, Tuscany, 53048, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Loc. Il Vallone, 136 - Scrofiano, Sinalunga, is near Cappella di Piazza.
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    Travel Blogs from Sinalunga

    Chianti

    A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    Saturday 6th June



    On Wednesday, we left Bolsena and headed towards the town of Orvieto and in particular its 12th century gothic cathedral which according to our guide book is a sight to behold. It is another MPH so we followed signs to the car park only to find it had a height restriction that our van with bike rack would not fit under. We had pulled up to the entrance before making this assessment and then had the embarrassment of getting the ...

    Catacombs and labyrinths

    A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 10, 2014

    ... when the door was opened! We had the best pizza today so far, yummmmmm. I wasn't sure about the catacombs but am really glad I went, our guide was fantastic and there was only three of us on the tour. Early Italians were very clever. Off to the hill town of Montepulciano very interesting, we had dinner looking out to the mountains so pretty, the food was awful along with the service. Home via some very windy footy roads. Cup of tea then ...

    Chianti Wine Country

    A travel blog entry by dbenton on Sep 30, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... the confines of Firenze but little did we know what awaits us. We have a plastic glass of local chianti with a panini stretched out on the Campo scoping out the crowd. As we walked past their Duomo, a small shop boasted a Sangiovese so we bought it along with a nectarine for Candee. The older gentleman couldn't get the cork off without breaking it apart so he sheepily put Saran Wrap around it and secured it with a ...

    Day Trip to Siena

    A travel blog entry by danddmeed on Jul 24, 2013

    79 photos

    ... The one that we normally go to was directly across from the Academia museum. Unfortunately we found it closed. We were just about to leave, but Dilyara noticed that Academia entrance doors were open and there were some people there.

    Approaching the door, we were amazed. Spectacular, Awe inspiring, perfect craftsmanship, we saw DavidJ The statue of David, by Michelangelo, was standing inside of the museum; however, all of ...

    Dieci Giorno

    A travel blog entry by mamakass on Jul 11, 2012

    4 photos

    ... of Siena was the name sake for the parish where I grew up in Ravenna, Michigan. I remember the statue of St. Catherine in the church with her hand on, what looked like, a broken wagon wheel. I thought maybe it was a torture device that they martyred her with since, as a child, most of the saints I had heard about had become saints by being martyrs for their faith. I thought the same might be true for her.

    In fact, she ...