Agriturismo Costa Etrusca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo
... to our room. Issy is awake, so we head off for today's destination of the town of Volterra, which is about 30 km from San Gimignano. We decide we will leave the GPS at the hotel today for its own protection. Instead we will trust road signs. It is Saturday, and I think that half of Italy has decided to come to San Gimignano, The traffic is jammed right up, and it takes us about half an hour just to get out of the village. The road is very windy, and we can only drive very ...
... awoke to clear beautiful blue skies, not a sign of a storm cloud anywhere. In fact, it was probably the best day we have had so far. All of the days have been warm, but yesterday was hot. Given we had eaten and drunk to excess yesterday, we decided to take it easy today. Off to Volterra for the local market this morning. We start slow in the mornings, usually not leaving home to start our day until about 10.30. Just the way it should be! ...
... awesome people who work the farm named Andrea. It was his birthday, and we were delighted to have him join us as we sang " Tanti Aguri" to him.
This is all I will be able to write tonight as it is almost 1am here and I am exhausted and need to wake up at 7:30 for breakfast.
I promise I will try to update when I can, and with more insight than observation next time, however the internet is a bit spotty here on the farm.
Driving up to the Norcenni Girasole outside of Florence was definitely something different for Sarah and I. For the most part, the places we have stayed have been inside a city with easy access to publics transportation. But this place was different. It was a 10 min. winding drive up the side of and hill to a place outlined with nothing but trees and vineyards. We weren't even sure of what our place would look like but when we got checked in and opened the ...
... been eroding so much over the centuries that one must enter and depart across a bridge. We continued on to meet our travel companions at Villa Arnilu, outside of San Gimagnano. Our first evening there included a wonderful sunset view, dinner and a ...