La Locanda di Montisi

Via Umberto I 39, San Giovanni d'Asso, Tuscany, 53020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Umberto I 39, San Giovanni d'Asso, is near Cappella di Piazza.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews La Locanda di Montisi San Giovanni d'Asso

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    Travel Blogs from San Giovanni d'Asso

    Just when you thought it couldn't get any better!

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 12, 2014

    28 photos

    ... but Mr. Darcy is never far away in my world!

    Tomorrow we stay in Montepulciano and will be doing a wine tour and having lunch at Avignonesi Winery on the Le Capezzine Estate and explore this part of Tuscany before we have to move on.
    Later...

    We arrived! It was a little bit rainy here when we arrived and the information has been true to form other then we are staying in what appears to be a little cottage on the ...

    Not Such Tourist Traps

    A travel blog entry by tbwheatley on Sep 27, 2013

    11 photos

    (Terry) We decide to have a shorter day. We choose Montepulciano, in part on the recommendation of people we meet here; Pienza, on the recommendation of the leader of a cycling group; and Montalcino for wine tasting. They are southeast of here and reasonably close together. We figure we'll be home in time for late afternoon coffee. Montepulciano is another hilltop town. Terry has stayed behind and Doreen has begun to feel ...

    On the Move Again

    A travel blog entry by tbwheatley on Sep 24, 2013

    12 photos

    ... smartly lets us watch a few cyclers race past before we turn our attention to her. The Battistero and Duomo are stunning. The Battistero is one of Florence's oldest structures, maybe from the 1st century AD, other parts from the 11th and 14th centuries. It exists as a separate building from the church itself as, apparently, you needed to be baptized before you could enter the church. We go into the ...

    A reply to: "The dark side of the sloth sanctuary"

    A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Sep 30, 2012

    59 comments, 9 photos

    ... saving for a truck but at present cannot afford one. To be honest the thought that he might of used the sanctuaries money hadn't even crossed my mind. Therefore to insinuate that he used the money for the sanctuary to buy a truck without any factual evidence or proof is frankly outrageous. To call Judy, the founder of the sanctuary, "a dum dum" (King, D. 2012) was also a particular low point of the blog. One thing I know for certain about the family at the sanctuary ...

    Day trip to Siena

    A travel blog entry by trish1805 on Jun 27, 2011

    ... teach it in school and they know that Americans will not know their Language so for him to either travel to America, he knows he would have to know our language, or to be able to work in Italy, he would have to know fluent English... and they all do. Every person working at the airport in Frankfort, Germany and in Italy all spoke English. But, imagine getting off at the airport in Charlotte, I bet there are very few airport workers there ...