Agriturismo Podere L'Agave
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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We visited Assisi twice, because the first time we visited, the upper Basilica wasn’t open, and we thought the town was very beautiful.
On our first trip, I had a delicious savory crepe for lunch, filled plainly with tomato and cheese.
We visited St Clare’s. It was very large. In the crypt, above St Clare’s tomb was a lifesize wooden figure. It was supposed to be St Clare, however I thought it ...
... can hike through ancient forests, go diving, snorkeling, mountain biking, sailing, or relax in the thermal baths found throughout the island. Biking is especially popular, with many choosing to spend their entire holiday biking around the island. Finally, Elba is also a foodie paradise with many local and Tuscan specialties on offer. Life is good when sitting at one of the many trattorias with ...
... I warned the others to look out for the “spitting babies” but they never made it to the chapel, and then doubted the existence of the image, no matter how vividly I had painted it. (I must be better in writing.)
In Sansapolcro we were a day behind the visiting Pope. I don’t think he had any better a time than we. We visited the museum that housed the reported “most beautiful painting in the world” according to Aldous Huxley. The ...
... can cover the main sites and then I would move on somewhere else to really experience the true Tuscan culture.
Other cities and towns worth visiting are Sienna, Volterra, Monteriggione, Castellina and the coastal town of Livorno. Overall Tuscany is a really wonderful place to visit and I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes to go sightseeing and experience culture whilst also feeling as though they are really getting away from the hustle and bustle of normal life.
... sign or not but we went with it. We met up with a few other small groups of people who were also doing the horseback riding, were packed into vans, and hit the road. I am pretty sure Italians are the worst drivers of all time! The line in Under the Tuscan Sun is so true - traffic laws are more like suggestions. We were driving in the middle of the road going at least 80. I was a little nervous at some points but we made it there in one piece, so I guess I don't have any ...