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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      Arrivederci Roma, Bonjour Paris

      A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Apr 08, 2015

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      ... Tower doesn't do it justice, on a perfectly clear night it's strobe lighting was breathtaking. Our impressions of Rome after giving it a really good chance are that the city needs to smarten up. The history and grand and imposing monuments and the collections of art are there but compared to Paris, or Milan or Berlin, it has become dirty, scruffy with graffiti, and everyone seems a little down at heel. Despite this the winter weather and the charm of the Italians were ...

      Day 8 - The Most Beautiful Place on Earth

      A travel blog entry by eat.play.laugh on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... caramel. Oh. My. God. The goodness of each dish can't even be described. The mmmm's that were coming out of us while eating must have been annoying to the other guests, but we didn't care. It was worth every moan, every mmmm, every ahhh. So. Darn. Good. Feeling satisfied and extremely tired, we took a short walk and head back to the hotel. By 8:30 p.m. we were in our p.j.'s and in bed. By 9:30p.m., it was lights out. Among other things, tomorrow's agenda includes finding a laundry mat! ...

      Making a Working Holiday Work

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... time in Wales in 2007, I was in a city with a bus right next door, so days were very leisurely. I could hop on a bus to a new little town each day and be back home an hour or two before my work shift started and feel really energized rather than beat before my starting that evening workday.

      Save the real touring/touristy things for the weekends and actual vacation time you are taking. For example, when in Wales, I went to London, Bath and other ...

      The bells toll very early in Siena...

      A travel blog entry by aj.delacova on Sep 12, 2012

      15 photos

      ... because it was Claudio's wife's birthday, he opened a special 5-star D.O.C.G. Brunello for us. It was amazing!! We were also served lots of bread with a Padalletti olive oil (as they also produce their own olive oil), local salami's, and a fantastic Parmesiano or Grana cheese. It was a meal!! Then at the end, we all were given a shot of grappa to salute Claudio. Fabulous day!! Back at my hotel at 20:30, I was planning on going out for a small bite to eat, but fell ...

      Siena and the Tuscan countryside

      A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on Aug 07, 2011

      1 comment, 61 photos

      ... the 17 districts are represented. The celebrations apparently last for months.

      For two of the four days we were here, we hired a car to drive around the Tuscan countryside. On the first day we went south of Siena and visited the towns of San Giovanni d’Asso, Montalcino, Pienza and Montepulciano. The scenery was undoubtedly Tuscan – rolling brown hills, big blue skies, massive historical stone homesteads, and picture postcard hill towns. The roads were narrow ...