Agriturismo Podere L'Agave

Via San Bartolo, 19, San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027 , Italy | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Via San Bartolo, 19, San Vincenzo.
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    Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo

    3000 years of struggling

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... ill.

    The next day we decided to walk down for a visit. We again were somewhat disoriented with our graphic map provided by tourism info and found ourselves in a parking lot adjacent to a highway skirting the walls. After a failed attempt for directions from a local, we hiked along the highway for a few kilometers to finally arrive at the entrance. We quickly acknowledged our map confusion and enjoyed walking though the back section of the ancient ...

    Libera's and Volterra - how great!

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... HUGE and houses the worst of Itay’s baddies. There can’t be that many? Craig and I intend to go back there later in the year. There was a great ambience, lots of Italian going for a 'passageta" , magnificent views, great singers in the street and we do want to see the Etruscan museum at least. Back home and Libera insisted on more food – but I didn’t eat much. Her ...

    Volterra

    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Etruscan burial urns. The Etruscans were in power before the Romans conquered them. We broke the tour with a coffee standing up at the bar as the locals do. (Saved $1 too!). During Roman times an amphitheatre was built below the town and over the centuries was neglected, residents used it as a rubbish dump. In 1920, a local psychiatrist was convinced that the ampitheatre existed and, using mental patients as ...

    Parma to Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by stephanierachel on Oct 08, 2012

    ... it was starting to look more like Tuscany with green rolling hills and little hilltop villages along the way. Eli was pretty grumpy so we stopped again to let him burn off more energy and then gave him his bottle. We still had no clue where the accommodation was so we were hoping he would be asleep for the last part of the drive to make it a little less stressful! We came across a large supermarket called Conad so we stopped in and loaded up on groceries. We've ...

    Under the Tuscan Sun: there are creepy relics

    A travel blog entry by baileyrae on Apr 09, 2011

    5 photos

    ... Katie heard hand, I heard head. Entering the church, I assumed hand seemed like a more reasonable relic. BOOM Saint Catherine head. It was... very small and covered with fake leather skin. Lovely. Oh and in case they didn't take enough from her, her finger was also on display. I feel like she may have been giving everyone THE finger. Ah well- it was still a beautiful church! Onwards, we head out and explored Sienna, the city of contradas, or family groupings. I was ...