Villa il Poggio

Address: Via del Poggio, 316, Sinalunga, Tuscany, 53048, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via del Poggio, 316, Sinalunga, is near Cappella di Piazza.
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      Travel Blogs from Sinalunga

      Chianti - Castellina & Gimignano

      A travel blog entry by ivrb on Oct 06, 2014

      4 comments, 31 photos

      ... an Eruscan village, the town was named after the bishop of Modena, San Gimignano, who is said to have saved the city from Attila the Hun. It became a commune (local government) in 1199 and was very prosperous. Building a tower taller than ones neighbour became a popular way for the town's prominent families to flaunt their wealth (i.e. "keeping up with the Jones's" back in the day). In 1348 the plague wiped out much of the population ...

      Exploring Siena

      A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Apr 06, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and now you can see brick has replaced the marble, it is still not finished. After the cathedral we took time out of our hectic sightseeing schedule to sit and soak in the atmosphere of il campo. Il campo is so busy since it is the social and cultural heart of Siena. It is also home to the big clock tower and fountain which are attractions themselves. In the afternoon we went to Forte Di Santa Barbara which is the remains of an old roman fortress. ...

      Under the Tuscan sun...

      A travel blog entry by matchett5 on Aug 08, 2013

      8 photos

      ... not including excess baggage!). As I keep telling James, cheese is so inexpensive in the UK, it has nothing to do with the drinking, eating and socialising with great people over the last twelve months, particularly our neighbours from the married patch. All in all, a wonderful afternoon spent roaming through the city of Siena (if we are able to minus the tantrums being thrown and the carrying of two children almost the entire ...

      Siena

      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Nov 19, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... A huge plate of pasta with two varieties, a piece of fruit, and bottle of water only cost roughly 4,50 Euros. It's about 9:30 pm and I am just enjoying my evening relaxing with a glass of wine, some olives and now a pastry, this is the life. Tomorrow I will spend the day in Florence, possibly take in a free walking tour and then maybe do some window shopping, why not. Sigh...... Have had such a relaxing ...

      Back in the saddle

      A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 16, 2011

      28 photos

      ... with 'plopp' (chocolate bar), kack (liquorice), bog (pressed ham) and everyones favourite, 'spunk' (in salty or fruity flavours!). Aside from Fonzies (Italian name for Twisties), Siena fell short in this department but more than made up for it with the sheer volume and variety of products that we would pay a small fortune for in food boutiques but which are just part of everyday eating here. We left PAM supermarket fully loaded to take advantage of the fully ...