Podere Renaccio

Strada di renaccio 32/36B, Taverne d'Arbia, Province of Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Strada di renaccio 32/36B, Taverne d'Arbia, is near Mangia Tower (Torre del Mangia), Ballooning in Tuscany, Pecci Garden, and Piazza del Mercato.
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Travel Blogs from Taverne d'Arbia


A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

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... 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 ...

Teaching foreigners bad words is a universal love

A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jun 03, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... When we finally arrived back to our side of the farm, it took me a full 10 minutes to stop shaking enough to get my leftovers from dinner last night into my mouth. "See you in 40 minutes!", he said as I got off the bike. Obviously I'd be riding back with him; same story on the way back.

We spent the rest of the afternoon doing the exact same thing, except this time three dogs from the farm joined us: Lulu, Toto and Django (yes, named after the ...


A travel blog entry by misneach on Apr 19, 2013

... way because there was a road closure. So I walked the remaining 200m to the reception and the lovely man came and took our luggage from the car to the apartment with us. Then he drove the hire car to the free public car park and parked it for us, so that we did not need to navigate any further. He also gave us directions to the nearest supermarket so we could get food for the next two nights. On ...

Patrick Where are you?

A travel blog entry by schwartzpa on Jul 02, 2012


So, while we were in Austria, Xavier and my German (Lynn here) were enough to get us by, but Patrick is the go to guy in Italy. A little background, Patrick worked very hard before our departure trying to learn some of each of the languages of the countries we would be traveling in. Once we got into Italy, he could be heard practicing his Italian over and over and boy has it paid ...