Agriturismo Podere Sant'Antonio

Address: Loc La Prese, Orvieto, Umbria, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Loc La Prese, Orvieto, is near La Foce, Terme di Chianciano, and Spa'Deus.
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        Travel Blogs from Orvieto

        And they're off......

        A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 09, 2015

        4 comments, 14 photos

        ... 10 of the 17 districts of Siena. The riders and horses are selected randomly. The Palio and Siena can be seen in the James Bond Movie, Quantum of Solace. I have included a postcard with a picture of the Palio. The Piazza was built around 1300, It is impressive to stand in this great plaza and understand that it has been standing for over 700 years. The architecture is unusual because the buildings go around in a circle and different sections of the buildings are convex and ...


        A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 24, 2015

        2 comments, 2 photos

        ... first which was just across the square and bought a combined ticket for both the church and the museum. The facade of the church was the most impressive I had seen so far, huge golden mosaics and spiraling column framing large reliefs with intricate designs depicting stories from the old and new testament. These date to the 14Th century and are extremely impressive. The remaining exterior in comparison is completely different, with alternating layers of a type of white limestone with ...

        35 degrees and rising!

        A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 19, 2014

        13 photos

        ... waiter standing at the doorway who ...

        Day 16 - Pesaro - Orvieto - Rome

        A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 07, 2013

        1 comment, 40 photos

        ... stripes in the late nineteenth century. The cylindrical columns also consist of alternate rows of travertine and basalt. Their shape and ornamentation evolved during the construction of the cathedral, as well as the decoration of the capitals. The alabaster panes in the bottom parts of the aisle windows keep the interior cool during the fierce Italian summer, while the neo-Gothic stained-glass in the upper parts of the windows date from 1886–1891 and were designed ...

        Goodbye Siena, Hello Orvieto

        A travel blog entry by nannakez on Oct 20, 2012

        20 photos

        ... I hope it doesn't get too much warmer as we have to walk up and down a lot of steps tomorrow. Oh well I might burn off some of the calories that I'm consuming....
        "Kerry, can you pour me another Limoncello?"We're missing Certaldo already.

        I love that you two have kept your travel so flexible that you can change destinations at a whim and are using the local transport system to get there.... ...