Relais Poggio Ai Santi

Address: Strada di San Bartolo 100, San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strada di San Bartolo 100, San Vincenzo.
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      From Lucignano to Roma

      A travel blog entry by 111days on Jan 05, 2015

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      ... little creepy, and closely resembled a doll.

      We also went to St Damiano. We had to walk down a fairly steep and long hill, but it was most definitely worth it. This was name of the church and convent St Clare lived in. Outside of the convent, you looked out onto a beautiful, picturesque view. Inside was also very beautiful, and fairly complex. It was very peaceful and contemplative (dad told me to use that word). The cloister ...

      Pining for France… in Italy

      A travel blog entry by bharat.ranjan on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... cheese plate and wine along with stunning views of the sea. Speaking of wine, Elba offers most of the best of Tuscany including fruity Sangioveses, dry Chianties, and some of the best Merlots I've sampled in a while. A fantastic local red wine which carries the DOCG certification is Aleatico, which has been made on the island for centuries. Legend has it that Napoleon, before landing on Elba, ...


      A travel blog entry by kcmartin on May 14, 2012

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      We left Rome behind and headed for Tuscany and Florence. The area is beautiful and I can see why so many foreigners want to buy property here. We arrived in Florence which is the home to the 22 foot high statue of David. Again we could not take photos inside but I doubt they would show the true feeling of seeing this statue. You can even see the veins in the hand and the tendons and muscles in the arms and legs. ...

      Tuscany Baby

      A travel blog entry by werglobemasters on May 12, 2012

      131 photos

      ... was broad enough to save the town from WWII bombing devastation. Our group broke into several smaller groups as the 10 of us drifted around the building. Several walked right past the “most beautiful” painting and had to circle back to find it. Apparently it was not beautiful enough to stop us in our tracks. Sansapolcro also had an interesting herb museum. Most of the herbs smelled like ancient dust, but the presentation was lovely. Our lunch out was an Italian version ...

      Today was a Fairytale

      A travel blog entry by epipino on Oct 08, 2010

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      ... br> Once we got to the barn, I was given the horse Astrix. I was a little upset it wasn't some Italian name but I got over it. Astrix and I had an interesting relationship.... sometimes he was my friend and other times he liked to ignore me. For instance, the man told me that the horse would just "go" (these directions weren't very comforting considering I didn't really know what that meant) but he said that I should kick the horse if it wasn't 'going." So, as we are on the ...