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

    Florence, capital of Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the buildings rising 3 to 6 stories up either side. The centre is the world famous Duomo with the Battistere with the good door. Got a part shot of it as it is undergoing renovation work, but it is still very impressive. The Uffizi was impressive also, then lunch ( more pizza ), and onto see David. David seen, then further wandering around. Bye this time, Sue's urge to spend money was heightening. Fortunately for all concerned, her appetite ...

    Day 10 - Florence

    A travel blog entry by eat.play.laugh on Oct 10, 2013

    7 photos

    Is it bad that I had to look at yesterday's blog post to know what day we are on? It has been such an incredible adventure with so many amazing sights, incredible food and beautiful scenery that each day goes by so quickly. We both feel very fortunate to be on this trip and being able to do this together has made it all the more special. With 10 days in though, I'm missing my kids something crazy. We've been using Skype every two days and I've been sending them photos and ...

    Famous for Il Palio Horse Race

    A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013 on Jun 05, 2013

    53 photos

    ... due to the fact they are having to squeeze them in. The motorways here are narrow and tight and forever in and out of tunnels. Its not poor construction but it makes for a more taxing journey then say if you were in the UK, France or Spain. It is almost a form of ingrained claustraphobia that I, being a country bumpkin, dont like.
    That said I am enjoying my time here in Italy, the people are friendly and the food is great.

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by ktmags on Jun 17, 2012

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... we changed out of hiking clothes and showered and went to dinner at a cute little restaurant over looking the water- apparently cinque terre is known for their pesto sauce so I got pesto lasagna while everyone else got seafood . We were tired from the day in the sun and went to bed by 9.. only to be up early to hike again and relax on the beach. After stocking up on fruit for the day , we set out to hike for real! Our goal was to hike to town #5 and go to the ...

    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 ...