Palazzo alle Mura

Via Romana 4, Poggibonsi, Tuscany, 53038, Italy | Hotel
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    Back to Roma

    A travel blog entry by pbradham on Jun 29, 2014

    ... with groceries so we decided to check it out. We walked in to a Lidl and could not believe the pirces! Everything was so cheap in this large grocergy store. We bought a few premade burgers for our trip to Greece tomorrow and some gelato for the night. We rented a car online to drive us down from Thessoloniki to Athens tomorrow afternoon. I am a tad worried but hopefully everything will work out. Good thing my mother knows hows to drive a stick.
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    Tour of Cinque Terra, Big Day but glad we did it

    A travel blog entry by markkathleen on Jun 28, 2013

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    Actually got out of Tuscany today by taking a bus tour to the famous Cinque Terra (a national park) in the Luguria region. Saw the Mediterranean for the first time. We were glad it was a cool day...low 20's, to take on the couple of walks that we did. Our two tour guides were a couple of brothers from Seattle who have moved to Florence to enjoy the tourism industry. There we a few American groups we enjoyed talking to. There is always a lot of interest from ...

    Settling into Tuscany and discovering Sienna

    A travel blog entry by crownie on May 10, 2013

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    ... br> the owner was Alexandro and his passion was making coffee. he had this coffee machine that he used every time he had guests and would always have coffee on hand in the mornings for breakfast. Only problem was that he made it extremely strong but he meant well. he had lots of ideas of places for us to visit during our stay and was very helpful.

    Our first visit was to a place called Sienna. This place was gorgeous. It wasn't ...

    Unexpected finds in Florence

    A travel blog entry by inhovea on May 06, 2013

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    ... that were quiet and peaceful in the light rain. I popped into a couple of little churches as they were getting ready for Sunday mass. Eventually I found a bridge, crossed the Arno and explored the other side, coming back over the Ponte Vecchio to meet up with Ken again.
    After 3 hours walking I had earned my lunch so we found a great little trattoria, Madia, and ate, drank and then shared a tiramisu with coffee. Very nice.
    We ...

    God Disapproves of Jasmine's Thighs of Sin

    A travel blog entry by nofailuremodes on Jul 09, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... them unimpressive as far as palacial gardens go), though the best part was probably the views of the city and the surrounding Tuscan country side afforded by the hills. We wandered through the porcelain and costume museums, the latter of which would have delighted Jacky, no doubt, though we were merely puzzled and amused. (Codpieces look _incredibly uncomfortable_, what the hell were they thinking...) Afterwards we snagged some dinner ...