Fattoria di Radi

Address: Via della Fattoria 93c , Monteroni d'Arbia, Tuscany, 53014 , Italy | Condo
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This condo is located in the Historic District/City Center area of Monteroni d'Arbia.
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      A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jun 21, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... football, and this was apparent based on the somber looks of most of the people sitting watching, as well as the occasional (but no so occasional) shouts of profanity at the television. After the game most people stuck around, as it was only 8pm. Marco, the bar owner, had roasted a whole pig, so he carved that up and divvied it out for free with bread, water and cheese from our farm. I sipped Italian beers all night until I left around 10pm.

      Last day in Tuscany.

      A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 09, 2013

      30 photos

      ... the shopping centre in the train station to check out the shops. There was a huge store similar to Domayne but other than that not much of interest.We got some more tissues and cold water at the supermarket for the day. We headed back up the mountain of escalators and travellators to the top. We went back to our room before heading back out. We had to get our bags and phones, we had left them to charge. The train station is only a minute walk from us.

      We got on the ...

      A Beautiful Weekend in Tuscany 9/21-23

      A travel blog entry by smjulius on Sep 21, 2012

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... in Italy and I understand why: it is absolutely gorgeous. The buildings look so old and medieval that they are almost cartoonish. The narrow, impossibly steep walkways make you want to don a suit of armor and trot around on horseback. The city is small, though, and its historic city walls form the edge of an island of brick surrounded by the open, green Tuscan landscape.

      We arrived at ...

      Day 2 Siena

      A travel blog entry by cemaree on Sep 06, 2012

      ... views of the countryside before moving on to another winetasting at Poggio Barbone where we sat down to another spead of wines, cheese, salamie, bread and pestos. Our favourite was Casamonti - it won hands down. It was a very enjoyable and relaxing afternoon. Arriving back at our hotel we had a short rest break and went for dinner at the little restaurant around the corner again - it is the closest and the food was great.

      San Gimignano

      A travel blog entry by carnold on Oct 04, 2010

      20 photos

      ... I tell ya! Genius! The Hot Chocolate was delicious (though Caitlin was a bit appalled that it was served with a packet of sugar on the side, despite it already being very sweet) and people watching was interesting as always.

      With our cocoas consumed, we wandered a bit more until finally ending up at our restaurant for the evening. This was another Rick Steves suggestion. Very out of the way and a bit hard to find, but very elegant and, though ...