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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      ... home on the 27th. Chris I have tried a couple of times to get you on viber with no luck and yes I would love to be picked up. The flight schedule is the same as the one originally just starts on the 27 th and arrives on the 28th I understand. Went into the village about 8 km from the b&b for dinner which was pleasant ordered a few things that I'd made in the Milano cooking school just to test the waters so to speak. Must say our efforts ...

      The Palio Trial Races Continue....

      A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jul 01, 2013

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... the streets back to the the contrada. Side note...I thought that was cool to learn that the Palio horses are called "barberos." If any of you are horse racing fans, Barbero won two legs of the triple crown several years back and then broke his leg in the Belmont. He was one of my favorite horses. The owners tried to save him, but he had to get put down. When I was in Kentucky several years ago, I saw the statue to ...

      Where Can We Catch a Bus?

      A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 25, 2012

      25 photos

      ... was filled in with dirt to provide a foundation for the Duomo. It has been recently excavated and contains the oldest frescoes in town. It is amazing how they had to put new supports for the Duomo in order to excavate this church. The Baptistry is next and is small but beautiful. The pedesta of the baptismal font is decorated with brass panels by Ghiberti ( whose work we saw last trip in Florence) and Donatello. The Duomo museum is last on our list and ...

      Day 347 - Wine Tasting in Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by everett.butler on Oct 19, 2011

      60 photos

      There's few things in this life as valuable and important as family. No matter where you are or what you’re doing in this world, they will always be there for you and have your best interests at heart. Being on the road these past twelve months has opened my eyes to the strength and importance of that bond. Seeing cultures all across the Earth, no matter how different or diverse, cherish that one universal ...

      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 ...