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

Back to Florence

A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 14, 2015

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... city and people were already settled with their wine and apertivi. From there through some rose gardens in full bloom, and back into central Florence. We were ready for a break at this point, and it was nearing dinner time, so we found a café, ordered some wine and played cards for a while. This has become a fun habit of ours on the trip, and I think we will all miss it. We then found a different café for a dinner of pizza and pasta, naturally, and then made ...

Day 15 Florence/Tuscany

A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 09, 2014

... tower, so Morris and I made our way to find the Shul which we did. The rejoined group and back to the bus. From here we were taken to a vineyard named Fattoria Poggio Allora, situated in the hillside approx 1 hour drive away. This vineyard is completely organic and all foods sold here I.e our lunch that we were going to eat here is made from scratch, the pasta is made from their own corn and saffron and the meat sauce from the cows that the breed on the farm. This course was followed ...

Molto Bene!

A travel blog entry by jdacut on Aug 29, 2013

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... drink that evening, and others bought wine and souvenirs also.

Our tummies full, we loaded the van to head to our final destination, San Gimignano. I had been there almost 9 years ago, so I knew this town held beautiful views from the top of one of the many towers. The instant we entered the city, fragrant cinnamon flavored nuts filled our nostrils. Vendors selling all kinds of goodies enticed ...

Ciao is my Favourite Word

A travel blog entry by caitlin_hines on Mar 10, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... Antico winery and what a lovely surprise. We decided to go with a family-owned winery because we'd like to see how the little guys do it in Tuscany and I must say the family-owned estate was jaw dropping. The driveway was lined with cypress trees and the views from the winery were incredible. We were off to a great start.  Our tour guide Dave was hilarious and gave us a very memorable private tour of the cellars followed by a tasting of ...

Greve in Chianti

A travel blog entry by gregad on May 13, 2012

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... where Stefano is the professor, and you become the student. His lessons included wine and wisdom, certainly a great combination. Like reading a great book and then closing the cover at the end, “the best wine is when you leave the bottle empty”.

He recommended a local family restaurant – Cantinetta Sassolini just around the corner from his shop. The restaurant, operated by a father daughter team, presented ...