Quercia Rossa Farmhouse
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We woke to an absolutely beautiful day here in Monte Argentario Italy. Seeing the forecast, we booked a tee time at the local country club, the Argentario Golf Club.
Country has a whole new meaning here as the golf course was under attack from ravaging wild pigs. Not sure if it is a fall phenomenon or a problem year round but more than half the holes were ...
... the coast. We walked about half of it on the beach and returned through the forest, a very nice day for a walk.
Next it was off to the small port town of Porto Ercole. The center of town surrounds a harbor with mostly pleasure craft and the odd fishing boat. Very quite this time of year as the high season ended in September and things are geared down for the fall and winter. We had pizza for ...
... an outside staircase is the bedroom and bathroom. Yes, if you are in the main area and have to go to the bathroom you have to go outside and down a flight of steps. Praying for no rain. The cabin smells a bit musty but the views from patio and the sounds of the sea and wind instead of the honking of horns and winding engines of motor scooters has helped to off set some of ...
Hi there all, this is a bit of a belated post as we actually visited this village in September ............but hey .........I'm on holidays and it's very Italian to be late !!!
Noel had heard from some locals at the golf course, about a very pretty small village that was sitting atop a crumbling base. Even though it was located about 100kms north of Rome, a long drive from Panicale, it sounded very interesting so ...
... time hobby of ours. We cycled from the Grosseto region into Tuscany and it was a delightful day. It changed my perspective on the Italy I had been seeing previously it was a pleasant detour that removed us from the hustle and bustle of the cities that we were being caught up in. The rolling hills, farms and tiny vacant stone villages left me feeling warm inside and wanting more. But tomorrow we WILL and MUST make it to ...