Agriturismo Poggio ai Cieli

Address: Via Santa Maria 21 B, San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Santa Maria 21 B, San Gimignano, is near Complesso Museale Santa Maria della Scala, Hills and Roads, Church of Sant'Agostino, and Podesta's Palace - Civic Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Oct 04, 2014

      44 photos

      ... of famous paintings (well a heap more than we thought - e.g. Botticelli's Birth of Venus). I don't know if we had a favourite, but it was just cool seeing the development of art and how these artists of the 15th century developed perspective to paint the human form as they looked in 3D rather than flat. Florence (well actually, lots of northern Italy and the south of Spain) really has bar snacking down pat! Once again we enjoyed some Apertivo hours in Florence at a few ...

      Stone Walls

      A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jul 26, 2014

      6 photos

      ... this city was restricted to fancy-looking tables overlooking the scenery of the area. Had I a larger budget, I would have sat down right away, asking for a cold white wine and maybe a handmade pasta, but instead I had to settle for a tomato and cheese panino to go. I really can't complain, though, as I was able to eat it casually on a wall overlook the hills, casting dark shadows on themselves and stretching far off into the distance.


      Getting our BAM on....

      A travel blog entry by jjpinard on Jul 13, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... from the 69,000 olive trees they own. The process of making olive oil is very interesting .... We learned it is illegal to cut down an olive tree in Italy without permission from the government . On the sunnier side of the hills they have grape vines and we saw the process they use to make their wine. We went into the barn and tasted several types of wine along with Tuscan bread covered in olive oil from the last harvest. ...

      Gelato .... buonissimo

      A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 19, 2013

      16 photos

      Today we head through real Tuscan countryside with its ups and downs and fantastic vistas of chequerboard fields of vines, olive groves and other crops. its all still really green despite the growing heat, so we have some fabulous riding over a variety of roads: mostly back roads, and a couple of gravel roads, including today a river ford, which was fun. We stop at Volterra for coffee in a lovely garden setting. ...

      La Fine di un Capitolo

      A travel blog entry by amandajoy09 on Dec 15, 2012

      12 photos

      ... instead of getting shorter it increased because I continuously added more places! People are so intriguing and immersing yourself in a different culture has the ability to teach you more than any amount of schooling (I'm not saying an education isn't important, just that there's more beyond the classroom!). Sure, getting off a bus in Paris without a map or any inkling of where to go was overwhelming and tiny bit scary, but I took a deep breath and began walking forward. ...