Podere San Luigi

Address: Loc. Mugnano, 59, Colle di Val d'Elsa, Tuscany, 53034, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Loc. Mugnano, 59, Colle di Val d'Elsa, is near Siena Cathedral (Il Duomo), Museo dell'Opera Metropolitana, Walk About Tuscany, and Pecci Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Colle di Val d'Elsa

Siena is always the bestest!

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 12, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... option!!??). The photos indicate the great views. Next onto our very favourite Italian Duomo (perhaps after the Vatican). There is so much that is beautiful in here – the walls, the marble floor patterns, the sculptures, the most beautiful Library in the world with amazing Pinturicchio paintings, the altar and so it goes on. It is such a feast for your eyes. Today we saw the whole lot including crypt, which had very bright frescoes, and the magnificent Baptistery at the back of ...

Deep thoughts: comparing tourist and citizen views

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Oct 23, 2013

... the end of my time on the break between Italy and Greece. It's been lovely! Seeing my parents in itself is a stress reliever. I can trust them and be dependent on them, rather than making every little decision by myself--which can be so exhausting! Since I feel as though I could never see enough of Italy, staying here has been wonderful. I got to see a different side of Italy this week...away from the noise and rush of Rome. It's also been fun for me to take ...

The bells toll very early in Siena...

A travel blog entry by aj.delacova on Sep 12, 2012

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... Ciao for now! It took most of an hour to drive to Montalcino from Siena. Our tour had 8 people and a young driver from Siena (Frederico). We passed thru a valley where it was very dry and then up into the hills to Montalcino. This is a very small community and even though the winery we visited started in the 16th century, the streets and homes seem more modern in construction. We arrived at the first winery's cellar and had to park along the street. ...

Siena...Michael hated it at first!

A travel blog entry by irishandmonkey on Aug 03, 2011

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... he loved listening to it and wanted to learn to play but never got the chance for some reason or other. Anyway.....

The next morning we go to mass at 9am at the Duomo Cathedral. It was very impressive. I enjoyed the service despite the obvious language barrier. It was a strange set up..... we were allowed in free to go to mass as its still a working church but it didnt open to tourists until 10.30am. It was blissful walking around ...


A travel blog entry by marrigolde on May 27, 2011

... we drive around the windy roads getting closer and closer and the city is epic and towering and waiting for the company of knights to gallop up its streets. Some of the roads are very ancient as we zoom around a corner you can see the remnants of an ancient wall overgrown by vines, or a shrine built into a wall dedicated to the Mother Mary. The country is rich in ancient history going back to BC, then Christendom and the Middle Ages. You can be sure some roads follow the ...

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