La Bagnaia Resort Tuscan Living Golf SPA

Address: Strada Statale 223 Siena Grosseto Km 56, Bagnaia, Tuscany, 53016, Italy | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Strada Statale 223 Siena Grosseto Km 56, Bagnaia, is near Ecco La Cucina.
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      Travel Blogs from Bagnaia

      Day 193

      A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Feb 09, 2015

      18 photos

      ... decorated with frescos, it would take hours to study each panel on the ceiling alone, and give you a very stiff neck! The large font is decorated with bronze panels depicting the life of St John the Baptist.
      The last museum was across town, we walked the 2 or so kilometres to find that it was closed for restoration. We retraced our steps back to the centre for a look around the shops, but as it was early afternoon most were shut.

      Some local touring..

      A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... have coffee at a little cafe. Not only is this town old but all the inhabitants are too. Our cafe is located across from the Farmacia and there is a steady of oldies going in. Haven't seen any young people, I dont think there'd be much for them in a small village like this. It must be a real bugger getting old in a town like this. Steps everywhere, literally. You cant go anywhere without going up or down LOTS of steps. We saw one older lady struggling ...

      Teaching foreigners bad words is a universal love

      A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jun 03, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... Romanian in charge of the vineyard whom I had met twice before, eventually wandered out of the barn and pointed towards his cracked, orange 4-wheeler vehicle, which had dusty tires as tall as my hips. I hopped on the back and rode slowly down the hills until we reached one of the vineyards.

      The entire day was dedicated to each of us workers taking a row of grape vines, which were well over 100-yards long, and following them up and down the hills ...

      Siena Part II

      A travel blog entry by kerra on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      I know I am not a huge history buff, don't remember or want to know stories and facts about everything. But I am enjoying a story here and there on my travels, so hope you don't mind me passing some information on. And if anyone is reading this and actually knows about historic events I speak of (like my brother), ignore it if I don't get everything perfectly straight. It's like telling a good story...small embellishments ...


      A travel blog entry by weinstein on Aug 14, 2012

      9 photos

      ... purchased our train ticket and rushed to the platform.  If we miss this train we'll miss the last bus from the station to Cortona.  The board announced the train was 15 minutes late ... Great!  We make it to Camucia, our station near Cortona and make a bee line to the bus stop with minutes to spare.  My Internet schedule proves to be wrong and the sign shows no more buses.  Deflated, we head up the street in search of a taxi. ...