Relais Poggio Ai Santi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... sign or not but we went with it. We met up with a few other small groups of people who were also doing the horseback riding, were packed into vans, and hit the road. I am pretty sure Italians are the worst drivers of all time! The line in Under the Tuscan Sun is so true - traffic laws are more like suggestions. We were driving in the middle of the road going at least 80. I was a little nervous at some points but we made it there in one piece, so I guess I don't have any ...