Agriturismo Podere L'Agave
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Agriturismo Podere L'Agave San Vincenzo
Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo
... is far more relaxing without the GPS telling us where to go, and because it's not on I don't feel the constant urge to tell it where to go. On the way we pass a prison. It is in a lovely secluded valley in the middle of the Tuscan countryside. If I ever go to prison, I think I want to go here. We reach Volterra. We have a lot of trouble finding somewhere to park. The half of Italy that isn't in San Gimignano today is in Volterra. We drive around the town walls once and go into ...
... agree the we like Volterra better than San Gimi. Our accommodation is located about half way between both. Volterra is a little bigger, a little more interesting and seems to have a large local population living there. Not so many tourists as San Gimi. The market provided freshly roasted chickens for our dinner tonight, bread and most of the makings of our salad. Mike got a slab of chocolate, Roge bought some yummy looking tarts for ...
The big day had arrived... Loren's 50th birthday...the catalyst for our trip! Another glorious sunny day greeted us and we were all very excited about the day's activities. We checked in with the tour company then found a lovely cafe for an al fresco breaky :) Boarded the minivan at 9.30 to be transported to a caravan park at the foothills of Tuscany for our vespa tour.
Loren was feeling increasingly anxious as we watched some young American girls learning to ride ...
... and I could do anything but laugh. You know, we had talked about what we thought it would be like and it definitely lived up to our expectations. It felt like we were in a motor home! It was definitely a camping experience, but high class camping. We had a kitchen equipped with a barbecue outside that we totally took advantage of, and two bedrooms which were great! For our first day, we decided to rest and take a look around the site. It was huge. We ...
Toured Tuscany today. Very large Italian city, climbed the Duomo, toured the city's squares, people watched and wore the kids down. Helped prepare a nice pasta dinner and ate out by the pool. Real boring blog tonight..just the facts!