Antico Borgo San Lorenzo
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Antico Borgo San Lorenzo Poggibonsi
Travel Blogs from Poggibonsi
... we sometimes have to walk to get to accommodation that prompted the new purchases. Easier to wheel than carry on back.
May 1 - Trained it into Florence then found a city walking tour that we could do. We have also booked to go on a 1 day Tuscany tour on Saturday so am looking forward to that. Walking tour did not start until 11 so as we were there by 9.30am we meandered around the town. At that time of morning there ...
... David once stood, exposed to the elements and pigeon poop, camera flashes and hordes of by passers. We then walked through the colourful San Lorenzo market, where merchants flog leather handbags, jackets, scarves and other colourful souvenirs. I entered a leather shop near the market stalls, and walked out with a pretty tan coloured Italian tailored leather jacket. Chris went into another leather shop and bought an awesome bigger carry on bag ...
... carved into the façade, and a bronze door. You walk up hill along narrow streets lined with restaurants and shops to reach the cathedral.
I had lunch with Betty, from Northern Ireland, at a café on the piazza. We met everyone at 4:00 to drive back to the hotel. I had dinner with a couple from Scotland and the two long-time friends (Sue and ??) from UK/South Africa. I wish I could hear and understand more of the ...
Day 271 3 hrs, 2.7 kms Next morning I've got a full day to get back to Firenze, so I'm going to squeeze as many towns in as I can before I bid farewell to Tuscany. Starting with the quiet little town of Poggibonsi, taking its time to wake up on this Sunday morning. Take a stroll up the alleys then find a spacious park at the edge of the forest to ...
... made our way back to the station to await the 5 p.m shuttle bus. We have decided to move on tomorrow, although there is a trip to five local villages which can only be reached by train or boat, we have decided to give it a miss in case it turns out to be like the local village. 29th May. After a night of rain we are on the move once more, this time to Pisa. The campsite that Ei has chosen is about 400 metres from the historical site, which are the Cathedral, the Baptistry ...