Podere Sant'Alessandro

Address: Loc. San Gimignanello, Rapolano Terme, Tuscany, 53040, Italy | Inn
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This inn is located on Loc. San Gimignanello, Rapolano Terme.
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      Travel Blogs from Rapolano Terme

      Red red wine go to my head.....

      A travel blog entry by ardingly on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... I wonder if I can flog this lot to recoup some of the losses in cancellation fees, what a #%*¥£% mess Went to a bar bought a beer and watched Italy play Uruguay for a while and now I think I might hit the town and paint it a lite shade of pink! Tomorrow I think I need to have a day in the wineries just to have a good memory of this region before I head back to Milano at warp speed on those @€#%^+ expensive motorways to catch ...

      Siena via Gucci

      A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Aug 20, 2013

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      ... stuck to the windshield. I suggested to Keith and Billy they just take a nap and when they woke up, we would be there. They didn't seem to like that idea. I think Billy said he wanted to be alive when he died...or something to that effect.

      We dropped the car off in front of the U.S. Embassy without a scratch at midnight as instructed, but not before jumping on the Autostrada and doing 120 km/hour all the way to Firenze. ...

      Black and White and Truly Gothic

      A travel blog entry by andy40le43 on Dec 29, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Siena is very different to Firenze. And we learn during our time of the longstanding rivalry (once for land pre the forming of Italyand now for football). Tall Gothic architecture surrounds us. Black and white marble for the colours of the black and white ponies that the sons of Remus fled Romulus and Rome on to settle Siena on three hills. The great cathedral greets us with Ancient ...

      Siena by bus then Tuscany by Jabula

      A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on Mar 12, 2012

      36 photos

      Once we had packed everything we jumped on the bus and headed into the city.

      Again another stunning day although chilly in the shade. We walked all through the city checking out the sites. Siena is actually a really cool city. There were people out and about and heaps soaking up the sun in the main square. The whole place had a really relaxed vibe. We found a cool coffee place and also picked up some cool breads ...

      A lot of sulfur

      A travel blog entry by emijean on May 06, 2011

      On Saturday I went to the Hot Spring with Kelsey (my roommate), Morganna and Danielle. We had a little bit of an adventure getting there. We went into town early, hung out and did some shopping (got kebap) then caught the bus. But the bus didn't go all the way to our destination so we had this brilliant plan to get off at the closest stop and then ...