Travel Blogs from Abbadia San Salvatore
Good start to the day downhill for first mile but was so busy enjoying it I
missed the turn. Not going back up, so the first detour of this week is on. Back
on course after half an hour. Across two motorways and the high speed railway
line. We looked out from the town when we arrived the plain of land in front of
us looked flat …
... and the premises where the vinification process takes place is also offered. Email: Cristiano, tell him I told you to contact him firstname.lastname@example.org or if you prefer you can skype him c.justintoscana (CriMoving10) he can also organise your accomodation if you want.
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On friday and saturday we are open with our organic restaurant.
If you like book on of our 7 tables please let us know before your arrival with the menu choise.
... 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 ...
Saturday was a perfect day so I took a trip to Orvieto. It is a very small town situated on the edge of a cliff about an hour and a half train ride outside of Rome. A few friends and I went on a whim, with nothing planned and nothing better to do (while avoiding spending a weekend preparing for a final review on Monday). Important strategically to the Roman Empire due to its prime location on high ground, it survived as a ...