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

    Day 8 - Sorrento to Montepulciano

    A travel blog entry by bevdavies on Jun 04, 2015

    23 photos

    ... blown away by the beauty and size of the church that we had walked by so many times. When Ian came back I took him in as well and we walked around the whole church. I found it to be nicer than the Notre Dame in Paris. Off to rent the car a Volkswagen or so I thought, got a Scion wagon instead back to the hotel. Toni and Kerry had packed up paid the bill and we were off to our next adventure. Drove again thru the streets of Sorrento ...

    Tuscany tour - San Gimignano to Panzano

    A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Oct 05, 2014

    18 photos

    ... previously I think they were all pretty on top of riding as a group, keeping an eye on the person behind etc etc. We exited San Gimignano through cobblestone lane ways and the crowds of people at the markets. The landscape reminded me of the Loire with lots of vineyards. We were confronted with our first uphill to the morning stop. This had sorted the group out a bit - identifying the hill climbers and particularly the grinders! The route was ...

    Beautiful Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by hicster on Nov 15, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... 5 areas of the complex. Possibly the best value for money tourist attraction I have experienced. We first entered the Museo dell’Opera which houses Italian works of mostly religious art and artifacts. A corridor at the top led to the Panorama dal facciatone which we climbed, some 3 storeys of very narrow circular staircase. The view of Siena and surrounding Tuscany landscape, although a little misty, looked like a ...


    A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 02, 2013

    ... t extend much beyond that. And no one has complained it gotten angry with us for not speaking Italian! We do our best with a few words here and there, but ultimately we have to communicate in English and they do so willingly. We are very appreciative of this fact' And apparently we look like the typical American who only speaks English, because very few folks have even attempted to talk to us in Italian. And other tourists always seem to know that we'll speak ...

    Makin' The Best of It

    A travel blog entry by spitalian on Sep 14, 2012

    1 comment

    Apologies for the delay - yesterday was just too full to get a blog post in. Yesterday was our one full day in Siena, and it's such a lovely town, we certainly could have done more. Siena is very pretty. It's also very good exercise. Siena is built in/on a hill (though at times it felt more like it was in a volcanic crater, with every direction from the middle being up). Our little room was at the far end of the city, so the ...