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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    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... conquered Volterra and now a prison used to house serial killers! We came across a tiny coffee shop and stopped for a coffee and pastry. That evening we gathered for a wine tasting in cellars below the street at La Vena di Vino. A selection of 4 local wines with cheese, proscuitto and salami :) We joined Kendra, Leanne, Gill and Kathy for pizzas that night. The town is quaint but packed with tourists at this time of ...

    Farewelll Roma, Hello Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... spot where Julius Caesar's body was burnt after he was stabbed by the senators of Rome. Our tour over, we're sad to say good-bye to Rome and vow to be back. The bus takes us to Volterra and we stop for a lunch and loo break at the Autogrill. Italian equivalent of a food court it is a really healthy option; no fries and burgers. I enjoy a plate of fettuccine with prawns and mix of roasted Mediterranean ...

    Lardo di Colonnata

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... just happened to notice whilst moping the floor), it obviously happened on a regualr basis. Used a towel under the door to keep the worst of the water in during my shower.

    Breakfast was the bare basics so up and out as soon as possible.
    Along the ridgeline through the mountains via Massa and Pomarances towards Volterra.

    Montercerboli was a surprise, a geothermal ...

    Chianti wine tasting

    A travel blog entry by calliesue22 on Jan 27, 2012

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    Our first school field trip was in the hills of Chianti, up winding dirt roads until we reached the Tuscan historical villa, Vignamaggio. The castle, which was built during the Renaissance, is surrounded by gardens and vineyards and olive trees. We also learned that Leonardo da Vinci stayed in the villa for some time to paint the owner's ...

    The south of Tuscany - II

    A travel blog entry by ehgaspar on Oct 05, 2010

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    ... many other souvenirs. We had lunch (pasta) in one of the many restaurants and stayed there for quite a while wandering the streets and walls around it.

    In the afternoon we headed for Volterra but we made a few stops for photos of the landscape and did not stop at Volterra for it was getting late. Instead we headed for Pisa the last city to visit in Tuscany.

    It was close to sunset when we got there and we find it a little difficult to find the ...