Agriturismo Sant'Alberto

Address: Via Vecchia Cassia, Sant'Alberto, Province of Siena, Tuscany, 53023, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Vecchia Cassia, Sant'Alberto, is near La Foce.
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    A big travel day ......

    A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Oct 11, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Today we leave Amalfi and head to Venice for the last stretch of our holiday. Because the ferry is not running, we need to catch the 8:00 am from Amalfi to Salerno - 1 1/4 hours. Then the train from Salerno to Roma. Next the train from Roma to Venice (via Firenze, Bologna, Padova and Venezia Mestre). We are lucky that we are able to catch the fast trains as this makes it only a 6 3/4 hour trip on the train. Then we need to get from Venezia Santa Lucia station to our hotel. ...


    A travel blog entry by bec-paul on Oct 07, 2014

    6 photos

    ... who was in the pew praying did not think it was so cool). Next we parked in Montepulciano and walked up the windy cobblestone tiny roads to one of the highest points where there is the Piazza Grande is.... And the clock tower building where the scene was shot. I had a few photos, we had a nice lunch in the piazza and then went to the top of the clock tower for a nice lookout over the rest of Montepulciano. We then began our hour long drive ...

    The Mall, boys hangout, dinner at Franka Ville

    A travel blog entry by bec-paul on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... the kids home and make very one have a nap. We were invited to Franka Ville for dinner with Paul's Zia Nicoletta and Zio Marino, plus Claudia, Giuseppe and their kids, and to not have a repeat of the other nights dinner, where we had three very tired teary kids we thought this would be good. Well it worked well for Nicolas and Luca, but Brodie woke up extremely grumpy and still ended up in tears when we were at dinner!!! However ...

    I see dead people.

    A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 14, 2014

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... dugn well. The Etruscans dug underground cisterns with narrow rectangular shafts that collected water. Medieval etruscans dug deep circular wells, sometimes enlarging etruscan sites. Not to be outdone, Pope Urban dug a really, really deep well called Pozzo di San Pautrizio (St. Patrick's well). We know it is really, really deep because we walked the 250 steps down and the 250 steps back up! There are two intertwined one way ...


    A travel blog entry by kieran.layla on Jul 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... a very impressive setting.

    It's walled city centre and dark lanes completed the gothic theme of the city. The Main Street would be packed with hundreds of tourist but if you turn on to any side street you will very quickly find your the only person around.

    The Main Street was good for overpriced food and shopping. Instead of shopping here we waited until Wednesday and went to Siena's local market. It was massive! They sold clothing, fruit, cooking ...