Le 7 Camicie

Castelnuovo dell'Abate, Montalcino, Tuscany, 53020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Castelnuovo dell'Abate, Montalcino, is near Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, Fattoria dei Barbi, Altesino Vineyards, and Regaleali.
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    Travel Blogs from Montalcino

    Siena

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... people of Siena it is a very serious moment. Yet, many tourists do come to watch the race. We were told some recommendations to offer those from outside of Siena who do come to witness the Palio. First, be careful about approaching contradaioli in the time before the Palio, as this is a very sensitive moment and the people might actually act a bit aggressively. Further, on the day of the Palio, all the horses get blessed in the churches of the contrade. They recommends tourists to ...

    Looking ahead (in the direction of Rome).

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 10, 2014

    26 photos

    ... towels will have to be my main compensation on this occasion.

    The purpose of this latest entry is to share a few additional photos from Siena before I leave, but also to let you know my plans with regards to the final few weeks to Rome.

    Depending on which guidebook I consult, I am either 255 or 284 kms from Rome right now. I think it will take me 11or 12 days to reach St Peter's Square, so I estimate my date of arrival to be ...

    Once Siena, never forgotten.

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 10, 2014

    26 photos

    ... I started out with Gilles, the Belgian, but he is too strong a walker for me and I had to let him go on ahead at his own pace. This allowed me the freedom to choose to take a nap in the middle of the afternoon - disturbed twice by passing motorists checking I was OK (thankfully minus the ambulance sirens when it happened at Besancon) - which no doubt helped me regain enough strength for the final push to Colle di Val d'Elsa, a town somehow connected to ...

    Everything is beautiful but nothing is easy

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jun 23, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    We absolutely love Tuscany but it has to be said - nothing is easy! Restaurants are only open for lunch from 12-2 then open again around 7 for dinner. Sounds reasonable until you take jet lag/body clock differences into account! My blood sugar drops happen at strange times and I can't always find food. I'm carrying saltines and almonds with me but it's a slow help. Grocery stores are few and far between, with most of them being very limited in selection. Plus, a lot of them ...

    Climbing a mountain after a 13 mile hike

    A travel blog entry by raymond52 on Sep 27, 2013

    4 photos

    ... today are constructed of concrete. Much of what remains of the Coliseum is concrete.

    On our hike that day we remember another use for concrete. We can see Montalcino in the distance high on a hill that towers over the surrounding plains. The closer we approach the town, the steeper the road becomes until we reach the beginnings of concrete pavement. The road bed is so steep that only a thick coat of concrete will hold to ...