Hotel La Meridiana

Address: Piazza IV Novembre, 8 , Anghiari, Tuscany, 52031 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Piazza IV Novembre, 8 , Anghiari.
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    Travel Blogs from Anghiari

    1632. Driver, Stop the Bus!

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 02, 2013

    40 photos

    Day 255 4 hrs, 8 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 12.5 kms* This bus takes a different route back toward Citta del Castello, winding through the hill country, as I doze off and on, expecting to wake up once I reach the city. Then suddenly, over a ridge, the wide, fertile Valle del Tevere sprawls out in front of me. Looking over it is a majestic walled city/castle. Should I or should I not? Lethargy wants to keep me glued to my seat. But I finally manage to break from and hurry ...

    Thanksgiving Dinner

    A travel blog entry by sdpierce on Nov 27, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Buon apetito! After two days of prepping, last night we sat down to a delizioso cena! Turkey prepared in a brine, smashed potatoes (pressed through a ricer), green beans with pancetta and leeks, yams (sans marshmallows), cranberries, and biscuits -- which really confused the Italians. When they hear biscuits, they think biscotti. So we called ...

    Chianti Day 4

    A travel blog entry by specialk35 on May 23, 2012

    45 photos

    ... city to see from up high. Then we visited the Cathedral, which is one of the most beautiful churches we have seen on the inside. It has a beautiful black and white striped marble pattern throughout. There are also some side rooms and chapels that are striking.

    Although we had just scratched the surface of Siena, it was enough and we headed home for a ...

    A whole lot of nature

    A travel blog entry by emijean on Apr 22, 2011

    10 photos

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    The path crossed a river and we stopped for lunch. Amusingly, David had bought a whole log of ham. It was literally about the width of my palm and easily a few pounds. Gnawing off little pieces with our soft teeth made our wilderness time all the more sweeter. Heading from that river we soon (about 1 min) crossed an even BIGGER river. There were little stones where you could step across but there was ALSO a fallen tree log that made a ...

    Wine Tasting & Torture Museums

    A travel blog entry by esmigiel on Oct 01, 2007

    55 photos

    ... had us over for shrimp-n-grits and we had the Arcanum series and the Verite series. You had us take those wines home and drank them all the next week. I didn't catch either of the winemakers names, but he Arcanum winemaker is a young guy who came from Ed Meades and the older gentleman was the Verite winemaker. He is a great guy. I would love to learn a thing or two from him. (Erica) We finish up the tour and ...