Hotel Santorotto

Address: Via Trento 171, Sinalunga, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Trento 171, Sinalunga, is near Cappella di Piazza.
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      A travel blog entry by helencuccaro on Sep 17, 2014

      4 photos

      Orivieto sitting on top of a volcanic mountain not too far outside of Rome is too busy with
      tourists for our liking but is interesting from afar and has a wonderful Etruscan museum
      which we visited on our last visit here several years ago. The cathedral is very impressive
      with it's black and white decorative stone and elaborate detail. ...

      Siena to Pienza to Orvieto

      A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 04, 2013

      51 photos

      ... The golf course (in this case) was replaced by rolling vineyards and a boutique winery. The accommodations are huge and sprinkled throughout the vineyards. We have several rooms in our suite and are now spoiled by being unable to find our things since they are spread out all over. We'll never get repacked! This kind of opulence was probably reserved for the Medici's . . . Dinner this night was preceded by a flight of wine ...

      The Palio!!

      A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 02, 2013

      2 photos

      ... 1 false start. But once they started racing, it was amazing! There were so many people, it was really hard to see, even being very close to the fence. The horses moved MUCH faster than in any of the trials! 1 jockey fell off on the first lap and another one fell off in the second lap. Both were near where we were standing (the most dangerous curve), but we really couldn't see it at the time. Both horses kept in running like was very impressive to ...

      Strolling Siena

      A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 26, 2012

      15 photos

      ... plaques. the church like the Domenican church we saw is a vast space with a limited amount of art and sculpture. It also has the contrada flags in it. The frescoes in the church have seen better days and are in need of restoration. We exit the church and find out that the Oratory does not open until one, so we will have to come back if we want to see it. Looking at a map, we pick a route that will go by a few churches on our way back towards Il Campo. We walk along a walled ...


      A travel blog entry by erblair on Oct 31, 2011

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... of people, the noise level is raucous, and just being with everyone eating, drinking, laughing, and shouting in Italian is exciting. The waiter speaks English and guides us to an excellent antipasta plate including sardines; pork chops pan fried in some kind of lemon garlic sauce for Haley; ribs and potatoes in a tomato base for Jack; rabbit cachetori for Elaine (sorry Nathan); and I have hand made pasta with mushrooms; everything ...