Travel Blogs from Chianciano Terme
You will find on the road a lot of blu signal with Agriturismo Biologico Sant'Egle name on it and indication for find us. The blu signal start from 2 km from our farm.
... in the first place was interesting, you have to press a button to enter a round glass chamber and then wait for the inside door to slide open - I felt like I was going to be beamed up to the Enterprise, lol.
Chiave tertza: On my return to the apartment I could not get the key to the side gate to work and was reluctant to apply any force due to this morning's mishap. I had just decided to sit and wait for someone to come home when the electric ...
... later on. To reiterate how fresh the food was......we found a live snail in our basil while adding it to the pizza. We had a cooking class and made gnocchi, margarita pizza, snail bread, mousse, and rice with mushrooms and sausage.
The rest of the trip was trying to walk off all the food. We had at least 12 meals in 2 days. While in Orvieto we also did ...
... and his shop was full of people.
I learned the hard way that people actually take their afternoon naps here. In Rome, nothing really shuts down from 1-3 or the normal lunch hour, but in Orvieto everyone disappears. With no one on the streets, I wandered the hiking trails that surround the perimeter of the town, along the edge of the cliff. With views of a castle and mountains all around, it was a trip well worth it.
... visit to Montepulciano which left us unsure about driving on muddy backroads to the Ferenc's vineyard. So instead, we headed for the ancient hilltop town only to find the entire town enveloped in a cloud. Tending to be tenacious, we did not despair as we hiked up the narrow cobblestone streets in the fog and rain. One of Rick Steves' recommendation here was Caffe' Poliziano, the towns most ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed