Agriturismo Le Castellacce

Address: Podere Le Castellacce, Monterotondo Marittimo, Province of Grosseto, Tuscany, 58025, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Podere Le Castellacce, Monterotondo Marittimo.
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      Charming Siena

      A travel blog entry by newtoa on Mar 29, 2015

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      We were blessed that Rick and Donna brought the Colorado sunshine to Florence with them! Yesterday we walked 10 miles showing them the main highlights of the old city. Last night we made chili (Donna brought me the beans and seasoning) which we took to our church's International Dinner at Erik and Clair's apartment. 31 people from all over the world attended. This morning we took a bus about 1 hour south of Florence ...


      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 28, 2015


      ... br> Got into town, ate 3 course meal at Due Archi (italians love to eat a lot of food, and love taking a long time to eat it). Walked around siena for an hour or so. Again, charming city with beautiful streets but confusing as all hell to navigate. These ancient little towns need to be razed to the ground and rebuilt with a perfect grid layout complete with 5 lane wide boulevards.

      Weather has finally cleared up. After ...

      It was a black and white day...

      A travel blog entry by ohrnsabbatical on Mar 24, 2015

      2 comments, 24 photos

      The perfect partly cloudy sky gave us great conditions for capturing Siena in just the right light. We really enjoyed wandering in this medieval town. The Duomo was truly spectacular. It was built in the 1200's and was filled with beautiful sculptures from Bernini, as well as frescos, paintings, and unbelievable works of art.

      We also were inspired by our friend Beth to ...

      San G or Siena

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Sep 07, 2014

      35 photos

      ... From Lucca to San G and everywhere in between. There is some magnificent scenery. It is very different to the Umbrian countryside, and beautiful in a different way. I am not sure if it is the cliché of Tuscany or perhaps it is just because we went to Umbria first, and first impressions often leave a mark. Umbria has such variety, and every town we went to had something different and unique. It hasn’t been as tainted by international tourism as Tuscany (yet). ...

      Day 8 of the Adventure

      A travel blog entry by gigi_indy on Sep 29, 2013

      33 photos

      ... artists. Normally the floor would have been covered to preserve but since they were still celebrating the Palio win (a big honor to the Virgin Mary) they were uncovered. There is one small chapel inside that is 700 years old that is brightly colored frescos that are still in original state. After a long walk in the pouring rain to get to the bus (buses don't come inside the walls of the city) we travelled to a winery. The Fattoria winery is proud of their organic wine. ...