Podere Renaccio

Address: 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), Piazza del Mercato, Pecci Garden, and Ballooning in Tuscany.
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Travel Blogs from Taverne d'Arbia

The Last Day

A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 16, 2015

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... 8221; goes into 150-liter barrels for 18 months. The reserve barrels are replaced after 2 uses, while the grand selection barrels are replaced every time. The kicker: each barrel costs 900 Euros. For the grand selection, that’s about 5 Euros a bottle, just for the barrels! Then, of course, there’s all the other costs inherent in running a vineyard. Life pro tip: the words “Tuscany” and “chianti” are not trademarked. If you want ...

Looking Back

A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Aug 16, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... true travel is meant to challenge what you think and how you live. Whether it's what you eat, how you dress or in what ways you interact with others, removing yourself from what you know is the only way to really develop into a new person in ways you would have never even recognized. I admit, I am spoiled and I am blessed to even be able to tell these stories, but I try to remind myself every day that I earned this by risking and sacrificing ...


A travel blog entry by travelinghealys on May 05, 2014

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... our time through the Duomo. We were all amazed walking through, the work to make such a landmark. Philip remarked about the profit the sight was making and Pilar fell asleep in the carrier, which she now refers to as "bag"! Sophia and I broke off for a moment while in the crypt. It was spectacular. A burial spot for the clergy. Then as we descended through the crypt i felt the immediate need to flee... Swallowing my fear, and ...

Vespa Trip

A travel blog entry by camomile on May 22, 2013

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... more, though the weather was cloudy and then we got rain, actually it was pouring. No place to hide, so we just had to ride through rain. When we came back home we were soaked, freezing and just jumped warm and dry clothes, made huge cups of coffee and warmed up wrapped in blankets! But it was totally worth it, if it rains it rains, you can't change nature, who knows, maybe we should be glad there were no storm which for example could ruin our trip back home at all :P

Relaxing in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by stevecourt on May 27, 2012

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... We then continued on to Volterra which is a hilltop village you have to access by a very large staircase. We enjoyed a coffee and took lots of photos. Apparently this is where they filmed one of the twilight films but we haven't seen them.

We returned back at our accommodation later that evening to cook up a feast in our Tuscan kitchen. It's was so nice to have some good old home cooking. We both agree that we will certainly visit Tuscany ...