Pensione Elio Pistolesi

Via Roma 46, Radda in Chianti, Tuscany, 53017, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Roma 46, Radda in Chianti, is near Castello di Brolio, Volpaia, Castello di Meleto, and Toscana Mia - Italian and Tuscan cooking school.
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    Travel Blogs from Radda in Chianti

    Tuscany - Day 8

    A travel blog entry by bobherbert on Jun 28, 2014

    An early start this morning after repacking the bags on board Winifred. We handed over the keys and said farewell to our coal barge for a week. Setting off the GPS told us we had around 870kms to travel and we needed to be at the villa to be shown around and receive the keys. We arrived after about 10 hrs and were greeted by Luciano Luna who calls himself "lucky moon" i guess the lucky bit is after "Lucky Luciano"? A very nice man who took us around the villa that the girls ...

    Florence "A Room with a View"

    A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jul 04, 2012

    12 photos

    ... luggage....and with my very best "California Girl Smile" and flip of blonde hair I said, "Why yes!" He said, "Great, I will leave the door open for you!" YIKES! Four trips up and down the stairs to haul all of our luggage...I definitely earned my pizza tonight! After we settled in, we went for a short walk to get our bearings of Florence. It is a very busy city with LOTS of tourists. To be expected I suppose. We had a nice light lunch and ...

    Fun in Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by hannahfrancis on Aug 31, 2011

    14 photos

    ... off early to the Uffizi gallery, Florence's largest collection of art including some Da Vinci, Michealangelo and Botticelli. We were disappointed when we got in there that it was badly organised, there were no maps left ("maps are finished") and the audio guide was horrendous. The lighting in the gallery was really bad so the art we really liked was hard to see clearly without the reflection from the artificial light. Despite these frustrations, we enjoyed seeing ...

    A nice Chianti... hold the liver and fava beans

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 11, 2011

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... hour and the streets were very quickly running out of people we couldn't understand anyway. As a passenger, I felt utterly useless. Had I been driving I would have been furious with frustration and taking it out on anyone I could. Ryan on the other hand remained calm, rational and in control, even when the petrol light came on. I don't know how he did it, but at 2am, in pitch blackness, he pulled us up to our little cottage. I was so impressed that I started ...

    A week in Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by mclaymadness on May 14, 2011

    50 photos

    ... markets could be in one location! They were quite good, but true to form, we arrived not long before they closed! We visited the main cathedral - Santa Maria, and it was beautiful on both the inside and out! To date, it was the best church we had seen. We also visited the baptistry, crypt, museum and walked up a very narrow spiral staircase to get a wonderful panorama of Sienna and the surrounding Tuscan countryside. We returned late to Montefiorelli to find ...