Badia di Pomaio

Address: Localita Badia a Pomaio 4 , Arezzo, Tuscany, 52100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Localita Badia a Pomaio 4 , Arezzo, is near Piazza Grande, Church of San Francesco Arezzo, San Domenico Church, and Casa di Vasari (Vasari's House).
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      1631. A Side trip to Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 02, 2013

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      ... creature. It's scorchingly hot, so it's nice to have columned porticoes through part of the city. Nearby I find the ruins of a Roman arena... then up through the narrow alleys with flags flying the provincial patters on the corners... Then up a ridge to a mighty fortress where I get my first glimpse of the Tuscany countryside. I guess I could say I'm intrigued by Tuscany, hearing how people rave about its charm and beauty. I'm not that big on vineyards and rolling hills--but ...

      Roma, plus sunshine in Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by andye10000 on Oct 01, 2011

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      ... more artworks in storage). The Louvre in Paris was spectacular but for me this place just blew it away. In the end though it became overwhelming, and by the time we’d seen the Cistine Chapel we were ‘art’ed out’. Our big day out was almost over – a metro ride, two hour train journey and 30 mins in the car later we were home and pretty knackered. Well worth it though.

      After that, Thursday was always going to be a quiet day. ...

      Italy Part I: The good life in Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by tanlyn on Apr 25, 2011

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      ... That evening we chowed down on some Risotto that the roommates cooked up. Although Giordano with his language skills wasn't there that night to translate, we made do with a muddled Italian-English mixture.

      The next day we were awoken at 6:30 in the morning. Yep, 6:30. Paulo, another roommate and worker on the farm, drove us out to a bed and breakfast actually run by some Americans. We spent the entire day working in the vegetable garden getting it ready ...

      The First Weekend

      A travel blog entry by shellikins89 on Jan 30, 2010

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      ... lunch since the center doesn't serve lunch on the weekends, and the restaurant we went to called Roggi's was really good! (I don't think I'm going to find any food here I don't like, I even tried some fish and it wasn't THAT bad). We also ventured down to the Co-op which is like the grocery store here only to find out it was closed and we had hiked to the bottom of the hill for no reason... but its ok we needed to walk off all the food we had eaten earlier!


      Molto Bene Grazie

      A travel blog entry by bigbrowndog on May 25, 2007

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      ... facility to the other side. Once we crossed the border we noticed that drivers were a little looser in their use of lanes, and all other road rules in the bargain. This includes trucks as well. Strangely enough, one of our favourite memories was of a palce called the AutoGrille which is a truckstop basically, but they have lots of great food and brilliant coffee. I got my first decent coffee on the trip ...