Agriturismo La Lodola

Address: Strada delle Chiarne, 3, Asciano, Tuscany, 53041, Italy | 4 star ranch
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This 4 star ranch, located on Strada delle Chiarne, 3, Asciano, is near Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore.
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      The Italian Job

      A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 11, 2014

      6 photos

      Our first full day in Tuscany began, rather appropriately for us, with a wine excursion. We set off for Siena in high spirits (yikes, a pun, sorry!). Siena is about 10-15 minute from our house and today Jay was in the driver's seat since Jim had had his turn the day before.

      Our GPS was set and Suzy Annoying was offering instructions in her usual almost unintelligible manner. Sitting in the seat, my primary function was to keep my mouth shut. As Suzy sent us higher ...

      Siena via Gucci

      A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Aug 20, 2013

      10 photos

      ... parade back home...the first thing to come to mind was this looks like Halloween back home. Keith assured me it wasn't. I got a few good pics and we kept moving. The duomo was absolutely phenomenal. Took some good pics and then it was off to a fabulous dinner. I had melon and prosciutto for an antipasta and this awesome ravioli dish with ricotta cheese and capers. Mental note, learn how to create this dish at home.

      Headed back to the car ...

      I hate buses

      A travel blog entry by global_montys on Dec 08, 2012

      ... stays outside, by the end of the day today the kids saw 78 dogs. Now the center of town is quite small. The good thing was weren't many doggie surprises on the ground, but heaps. Of dog **** on the walls around the town. The visit to the Duomo was awesome, we climbed the spiral staircase to the top and got a great view of the town. It was freezing at the top and the wind was blowing, but well worth it. Coming down Karlyn felt dizzy just ...

      Back in the saddle

      A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 16, 2011

      28 photos

      ... 3 laps. All this fuss and the race never lasts more than 90 seconds! So it has been since the 14th century and so it will continue to be for many more to come.

      I'm not usually one for horse racing, I even boycott Melbourne Cup sweepstakes but somehow my resolve got swept away in the ceremony and pageantry of it all. I admit, it was very hypocritical of me but the atmosphere was infectious. It felt historical and yet so alive. Far from the privilege, pomp ...

      Siena Day 1: Rome to Siena

      A travel blog entry by danandcasey on Jul 23, 2010

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... city hall. All of the streets fan out from this point into neighborhoods that have great individual tradition and pride. The whole city is broken up into 21 different regions, and each region has its own animal mascot, colors, and flag. Every August the neighborhoods compete in a horse race around the square, with the citizens packed into the center and balconies cheering on their horse and rider.