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 bec-paul on Oct 07, 2014

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Today we packed up and our villa in Chiusi to begin our next journey to Florence. We decided to stop on the way at a town called Montepulciano, a beautiful place where a scene form one of my favorite movies was filmed..... New Moon! So off we went, stopping a church just outside the town, which was not only gorgeous but has a spot in the centre of the church where if you clap it echoes many times. The boys thought this was pretty cool (I'm sure ...

Looking Back

A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Aug 16, 2014

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... months, I went from simply eating a dish and knowing that it was tasty to being able to recognize each of the ingredients inside and understanding why they were essential to the overall meal. Basil belongs in this dish, but mixing it with rosemary would create a unique flavor that would offset it all; the salt of the sausage in this sauce contrasts the sweet flavors of carrot and celery mixed in; the strong sangiovese grapes used to produce ...


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 ...

Siena and the Tuscan country side

A travel blog entry by leoste on Nov 06, 2012

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... and it was the best coffee.. Leaving the coffee shop we came upon a market being set up and strolled around for an hour. Deciding that now was a civilised hour to taste wine, headed back in our chariot to the cellar doors. Where by luck rather than good management we came across a small vineyard on the top of a hill which at first we thought may have been closed, but on peering through the door were greeted by a young lady whom was startled to see us at this ...

Day 16: Only the Good Die Young

A travel blog entry by lizcarleton on Feb 01, 2012

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... like a sea shell with nine sections fanning outward. There is one corner that is particularly challenging during the race, famous for being the downfall of riders. However, if a horse crosses the finish first, even without his rider, he still is declared the victor. Here, the horse is afforded the honor of winning, not his jockey. The open span is the heart of the city, and almost all roads lead back to it. When we were ...