Agriturismo Costa Etrusca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Agriturismo Costa Etrusca San Vincenzo
Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo
... furry animal and had a hair ball caught in my throat all morning haha. This was free entertainment for Kory. Next we moved onto a strange looking fruit tree that I had thought would be oranges, they weren't. They resembled an apple and tomato and tasted like poo. They left me with another fuzzy tongue. After three strikes I will stick with simple meals for the rest of the day, sandwiches are always a safe bet. For lunch I did the grocery shop at our favourite ...
... a bit of time having a look at her wares while she was working. I got a great jug and a smaller olive dish. Love them but not sure how I'm going to them home! We went back to the delicious smelling restaurant for lunch. We both had the Tuscan spaghetti - home made and much thicker than the regular kind. We both now finally understand what al dente really means! Roger, of course, had the ragu, and I had courgettes, anchovies, chilli and breadcrumbs. Sensational. We left the town ...
... of torture dating mainly from medieval times. I declined to visit this one. I don't need to go to see methods of torture to know how cruel we can be to each other, Liz had the same view. Mike and Roge paid and went, and came out shocked and Roger's words, "reasonably disturbed". Apparently most of the "items" related to religious torture. Volterra has a Roman amphitheatre a few thousand years old. Its on the outside of the town walls so ...
... a short vacation, and I honestly can envision buying a nice little vacation house here to write a book during the summer months. It is such a picturesque city. The food was great as well. I had a wonderful dinner of pasta and "cinghiale" (wild boar). Not as strange as it sounds. We finished the day with a nice soak in the hot tub. Apparently, jacuzzi is an Italian brand.
After a restful night, we headed out to San Quirico D'orcia. This city is near a luxury ...
... into group according to what languages we spoke. Our English table, consisting mostly of Brits, got us quickly named 'the American Girls'. It was there that we started getting to know Helen and Pauline, Andy and Donna ( Donner for pronunciation sake), and Sarah (not Willey) and Ant. Helen and Pauline are retired and so much fun to hang around with. Andy's mouth was something of a loose cannon and Donna was there to turn red for it. Sarah and Ant ...