Agriturismo Poggio ai Cieli
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... to Borgo San Luigi, a rural village built in the 16th century. This is where we spent the next three nights in a hotel. Borgo San Luigi is located less than half an hour from both Siena and Florence makes the hotel a great base from which to explore many of Tuscanys beautiful towns and villages. The hotel itself is a 17th century palazzo re-stored and modernised into six structures which blend in perfectly with the 12 acres ...
Cloudy day today - chance of rain. We decided to go separate ways today. Nancy was walking to the town of Ulignano, closest town to our Agriturismo. The rest of us biked as a group to Certaldo. Cyndy, Dave, and I continued on to San Gimignano. The others biked up into Certaldo. John and Laurie had a great day - just in this neat little town! They bought some pottery - visited the castle, where folks were imprisoned at ...
We were going to chill out on our last day in Tuscany but decided why waste time lazing when we could be sightseeing one more time. We had planned a visit to San Gimignano so off we went. It was a pleasant drive through the countryside with a quick stop to post some postcards at Radda in Chianti where the wonderful smell of porcini ...
What a great day I have had. I had booked a pasta making workshop which also included a tour of wine and olive oil making. Was picked up by Steve from Accidental Tourist who drove myself and 2 couples from St.Paul Minneapolis to our first stop - a private Villa which has its own wine and olive oil production. It was the summer residence of a wealthy Florentine family but has since seen sold to a very wealthy businessman who has ...
... as well. When the girls left, a woman from another table and her husband came to sit with me. They and another couple insisted on having a photo taken with me. We talked for another 15 minutes or so, and they wanted information on a variety of topics, which I was happy to provide (SIM cards, rail websites, etc.). This was certainly one of my more unusual dining experiences in Europe, almost on par with being mistaken for Babbo Natale in Sicily last year!