Anghiari Hotel

Via Della Battaglia 16, Anghiari, Tuscany, 52031, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Della Battaglia 16, Anghiari.
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    Travel Blogs from Anghiari

    Just when you thought it couldn't get any better!

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 12, 2014

    28 photos

    ... driving and Grant is now quoting Shrek … something about waffles so apparently it does not need to be specifically Italian movies to keep us entertained!). Since there was no internet at the last hotel or on the road it is pointless to worry about the office (much) so we have switched to worrying about Chester who we are convinced is probably depressed and has likely stopped eating in protest of our abandoning him. I think in truth ...

    Our next stops: Lucignano then Anghiari's Festival

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jun 26, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... all very civilised. Finally,.. the day would not be complete without a spot of shopping ( or at least that philosophy applied to one of us). Riding the bikes home with 2 newly acquired handbags in tow proved somewhat challenging,.. though we managed somehow. With the football match a distant memory, we decided to head off on Tuesday morning for a small village east of Siena called Lucignano This is the village recommended by our ...

    More and More Olives

    A travel blog entry by sdpierce on Nov 23, 2012

    ... at seeing the olives turn into exquisite tasting oil. There is lots of chit chat -- in Italian, of course -- then fresh baked crackers and red wine are served by the owners! The community spirit is unbelievable! The day ended with a late dinner -- a delicious meal of carbonera and salad prepared by Lisa, served with a very nice Prosecco. Happy Thanksgiving ...

    Olive pluckers

    A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian on Nov 07, 2010

    42 photos

    ... second pressing, Brent took us to the traditional cold mill. Traditional means granite stones over 1000 years old grinding the olives. The motor is modern, installed in 1951. The pulp, looking like humous, is squidged onto circular mats that are stacked up to about 5 foot high. On a giant press the oil is squashed out and it dribbles down the outside of the largest kebab-resembling-thing I've ever seen. The oil is then spun to clean it further. It takes a ...


    A travel blog entry by dgreen78 on Apr 22, 2007

    12 photos

    ... place where people congregate at night. The front desk sells beer and wine for cheap, so everyone just gathers out there at night to chat and exchange stories. Ross and I met quite a few other Americans from California, some girls from Brazil, and a guy from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico who was studying in Los Angeles. We all went out for a few drinks one night, as you'll see in the pictures. ...