Locanda del Ponte del Garbo

Address: c/o Matteotti 126, Asciano, Tuscany, 53041, Italy | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on c/o Matteotti 126, Asciano, is near Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore.
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Travel Blogs from Asciano

Siena on Foot- Day 9

A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 12, 2014

5 photos

... of those long, cobbled fingers reaches steeply up and away from the Piazza and each spawns dozens of smaller side streets and even tinier lanes.

Along the streets are many shops selling high end clothing and shoes as well as handcrafts and objets d'art. There are fine restaurants close to the centre and more simple take away a bit further out. The Piazza has a frill of umbrellas ...

Twerking it Italian style

A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 27, 2014

3 comments, 17 photos

... rolled in around 515p and said the ride was beautiful and hilly, but doable. Our evening activity was pizza making! We were all issued chefs hats an aprons, and then had a demo of how to make a proper pizza dough. Ken and Lauren were our two reps for the demo, as they got to make and knead the dough. After, we all got our own crusts to add our own ingredients for dinner. The pizza's all went into a stone oven, and we went inside for ...

Florence — Day 7

A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 20, 2013

... Can call ourselves regulars yet but some of the staff are the tarting to recognize and acknowledge us. I order an insalata di funghi porcini, which in true Italian salad style turns up as a plate of raw sliced mushrooms. For my main I enjoy pappardelle alla cinghiale (fettucine-like pasta with a ragu of wild boar). Yalini has an excellent ravioli with traditional sage butter. We are intrigued by the filling and quiz the Italian-speaking restaurant manager on ...

The Palio - Qualifying Race....Wow....

A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jul 01, 2013

24 photos

... pretty tall and could see most of everything. Before I knew it, the race was over and I couldn't figure out what ended it, where it ended, or who won. By watching the reruns on the TV this morning, it seems that the Porcupines came in second, and the pink contrada came in first. They keep showing that horse over and over on the TV.

After the race, I was told to follow the contrada of Istrice. I finally found the group. They were ...

Siena's medieval town!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 20, 2012

81 photos

... high, enveloped us. Along the way, many souvenir shops were quite tempting but I was here to explore this ancient middle aged town and not to shop. I was hypnotized by its history and castles which were quite amazing and can say the same for its people who greeted us with smiles as we walked passed them!

We were heading in the direction of the “Duomo” wondering ...