Hotel Le Renaie

Address: Localita Pancole 10B, San Gimignano, Tuscany, 53073, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Localita Pancole 10B, San Gimignano, is near Complesso Museale Santa Maria della Scala, Podesta's Palace - Civic Museum, Museo Etrusco, and Museo d'Arte Sacra.
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      Travel Blogs from San Gimignano

      San Gimingnano

      A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... we were ready for some peaceful countryside. ( the Florence Marathon was on yesterday and there were 30,000 extra people in Florence for the occasion). On arrival in San Gimingnano we went for a wander through the town doing some window shopping and generally enjoying the scenery and ambiance and then it was time for a long lunch with a bottle or two of local wine on a terrace ...

      San Gimignano

      A travel blog entry by pmacosta on Apr 15, 2014

      Elliott Erwitt, 42 immagini del fotografo americano Elliott Erwitt, nato nel 1928, saranno esposte dal 6 aprile al 31 agosto a San Gimignano, presso la Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea "Raffaele De Grada". If you are traveling by car, take the Firenze-Siena road and exit at Poggibonsi Nord. Follow signs to San Gimignano and you will find Parking outside the walls. Remember that in ancient villages like this the best way to explore the city ...

      Willful trespass in medieval Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Jul 25, 2013

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... me, rolling to save my weary ankles the impact, straightened my shirt, wiped the blood away and walked off like nothing had happened. Victory was mine!

      My mission had been rewarded with a shot that not one other of the thousands of tourists that visit this town would ever have, and I felt pretty smug about it - although I was prepared to blame the production crew of Assassins Creed if it had all gone horribly wrong, of course. Nothing is forbidden, everthing is possible.


      Walking with the Medici

      A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 09, 2013

      ... although I have to say that the dimension of his hands and and head compared with other parts of his anatomy made me think perhaps David was less endowed that the goliath he killed - very disappointing for him I suspect). We looked admiringly at the Ponte Vecchio (the famous bridge with shops on it). The shops were filled with fabulous fashion, the leather shops smelled intoxicating and the gelato was to ...


      A travel blog entry by lgrove32 on Jun 23, 2012

      ... the volcanic ash. One of the more fascinating things were the castes of two victims of the eruption. Their decomposing bodies created empty cavities in the ash which archeologists detected during excavation. They poured plaster into these cavities to capture the last poses of these individuals as they died, most likely due to suffocation from the poisonous gasses.   The road traffic here was quite sophisticated as well. ...