Borgo La Bagnaia

Strada Statale 233 Siena Grosseto Km 56, Bagnaia, Tuscany, 53016, Italy | 5 star hotel
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World's Best Gelato anyone?

A travel blog entry by steph.parham


On a day trip from Florence, ISA brought us to a little Tuscan town called San Gimignano. I suggest not trying to pronounce it unless you hear someone else (preferably Italian) say it first. It is a quaint little town that has amazing view of the outstanding Tuscan countryside. Apparently it is also home to the award winning gelato shop. Of course I had to test this out and see whether it was actually possible if it was that good, it was. ...

Day 10 - Florence

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... people we met along our journey, the consensus was for us to leave our car behind and jump on the city bus. For 3€ each way, we could avoid traffic, avoid finding parking and enjoy the scenery. After confirming the departure time with our hotel and being told we could pay cash on the bus, we set out. With the bus arriving pretty much as soon as we got to the stop (NOTE: city bus equals voyageur bus), we noticed everyone had tickets. We asked this lovely Australian ...

Campo, Duomo & Wine... oh my!

A travel blog entry by amandajoy09


... front/entrance still stands. However, unlucky for them, the plague hit, people died and the project was never completed. I don't know what their problem was, the cathedral is HUGE!

For lunch I chowed down on "pici," a pasta handmade and only available in the Siena area. It was nuuummy! I was already a pasta addict in the States so it's only gotten worse here.

The sun came out and we departed Siena for Dievole, a vineyard ...


A travel blog entry by meganelisereed


So we visited a small town called Siena, in the Tuscany region. While there were alot of tourists, it was nothing like the bigger towns we have been too. There isnt tons to see or do in Siena, but the town itself and its history is very interesting. I dont know how long the town has been there, but its heyday was 1250-1350 roughly, it rivaled Florence with banking and trading and a large military. (and was larger that Paris ...

Siena and San Gimignano

A travel blog entry by maldeardorff


... mix between soccer and rugby. Calcio storico is played by teams that represent the four districts of the city. It is known to be pretty violent and there are no rules against punching, kicking, and choking members of the opposing team. We were lucky enough to see a bit of a game and it was pretty interesting. After the fireworks, we got some gelato and walked around the city to watch the celebrations.

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This 5 star hotel, located on Strada Statale 233 Siena Grosseto Km 56, Bagnaia, is near Ecco La Cucina.
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