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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          Travel Blogs from Asciano

          By The Sea, Day 10

          A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 13, 2014

          8 photos

          ... beer because in Italy you can drink almost anywhere, anytime. Despite the lack of alcohol control I haven't noticed anyone drunk. Lesson Ontario? The beach was really stony so we were wishing for water shoes-next time for sure! As a side note, Bernice and I noticed that Italians seem to have a very different relationship with their bodies than North Americans do. There was not a single one piece bathing suit at the very crowded ...

          Siena and the famous Palio

          A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 03, 2014

          3 comments, 10 photos

          ... the first 10 to complete the August field. 10 starters is all that is allowed for safety sake. Apparently they all agree on how the draw evolves over time so that no one group is disadvantaged. It's Race Day,.. Tuesday,... we are making the trek to the Central Piazza around 2.00pm for a touch more sightseeing before making our away to the bleachers at around 4.30pm (check out our seating position on the attached photo),.. the place is utter chaos!! People are here in, ...

          Montalcino and Saint Antimo Abbey

          A travel blog entry by tandemduo on Sep 25, 2013

          13 photos

          Today started off with a train ride to Buonconvento. Left Siena early, so grabbed a bite to eat once off the train. The ride was a gradual up to Montalcino with steeper grades just before we got there...typical of walled cities we learned! Did a quick tour of Montalcino, then realized we needed to start off to the abbey if we were going to hear the monks chant. When we got to the turn off for the abbey, realized it was a dirt, or white road as the locals call ...


          A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Jun 26, 2013

          77 photos

          ... to have our own space for a while! On the drive back to Florence we stopped in at Monteriggioni a medieval walled town much smaller than San Gimignano. Back in the day it was used as a defence fortress which we learnt as we did our audio tour of the city walls. They also had a small museum which had lots of armour etc you could try on so we had a lot of fun with that, such a quaint gorgeous town surrounded by hills of lavender. Pack into our panda again ...

          Sienese Splendour

          A travel blog entry by silverlobster on Aug 29, 2011

          ... that had been around for over 1,000 years? I head back to the square, and settle down at the Cafe Font Gaia for a lazy lunch of cappuccino and pizza, the next tick on my tour of Italian food. I think Gaia means gay. Am I really sat at the gay fountain cafe? The waiters all seem like nice boys. The pizza is superb, and whilst crispy, just melts away as I bite in to it. How does Ask in Leamington get this so wrong? As I pay the bill I realise that, having walked away from paying ...