Hotel Gambrinus

Address: Via Esasseta 38 / 40, Abbadia San Salvatore, Tuscany, 53021, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Esasseta 38 / 40, Abbadia San Salvatore, is near Monte Amiata and Abbazia di San Salvatore.
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    Travel Blogs from Abbadia San Salvatore

    Montisi and Hot air ballooning

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Jul 28, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    One of the highlights of the trip so far was our morning ballooning with Chris and Claire from "Ballooning in Tuscany". We had an early start (5am) to be down at the launch field for 5.40am and then we took off at about 6.30-6.45am on a beautifully sunny morning with fantastic views over the Tuscan countryside - the pictures hopefully do it more justice than any description I can ...

    I Want to go Back to Orvieto

    A travel blog entry by powderhorn on Apr 08, 2015

    15 photos

    ... the piazza in front of the massive Cathedral with its ornate facade. A gentleman in the town hall across from it struck up a conversation with us and said it took 12 generations of builders to complete the structure. The town had a nice semi urban vibe to it and I noticed it is on the main train line between Florence and Rome. Easy to revisit without a car. :-)

    A Town Worthy of a Visit

    A travel blog entry by powderhorn on Apr 08, 2015

    19 photos

    ... building so we weren't sure where the old town was from there. We walked along past a post office and down a main road, turned a corner and there was this spectacular view of the bluff and the old town in front of us....breathtaking! ...

    I want to be alone !!

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 13, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... is not officially on La Via Francigena. It used to be the main pilgrim routeroute to Rome up until the end of the 12th Century when it became safer for them to go via Radiocofani, one of the stages of Archbishop Sigeric's documented route. I expect to get a bit of stick for straying 'off-route', but it is only a matter of time - to sort out 'rights of way' issues - before my way is designated an official variant of the VF route.

    Today would have ...

    Under the Tuscan Sun

    A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 06, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... quartered and sautéed with garlic and rosemary and the whole lot deglazed with a little white wine.

    We ate dinner at a great little restaurant on Saturday night, taking two escalators to get to the right entrance of Cortona after parking our car. The weather was a little unpredictable so we relinquished our table on the terrace for one inside the old, low vaulted brick room. Here we feasted on a first course of local fresh ...