Foresteria Il Giardino di Fontarronco

Address: Loc. Chiana, 255, Monte San Savino, Tuscany, 52048, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Loc. Chiana, 255, Monte San Savino.
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      Travel Blogs from Monte San Savino

      La Fiabla b&b

      A travel blog entry by ardingly on Jun 25, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... but it's bloody old and yet has a wonderful old word charm. It certainly well insulated from the summer heat. The name means the house of fables, where you could imagine a fairy story to be set in like say Pinocchio It saddens me to think that it is already the last night in the chianti regionals my holiday will soon be over. Today so many little things to do and how the day has flown already I originally booked for a week for a bit of r&r ...

      Lovely Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Jul 16, 2013

      32 photos

      ... it used to have 72 but only about a dozen remain. Even now those towers create an unforgettable skyline. It's uniqueness have led to an economical and cultural revival. Within the wall there are Romanesque and Gothic houses with great examples of secular buildings. The Torre Grosso (tallest tower) is 172 feet tall and provides a great view over the countryside. From here we continued through rolling hills, vinyards and fields full of sunflowers to Siena. Our ...

      Siena and the Tuscan country side

      A travel blog entry by leoste on Nov 06, 2012

      50 photos

      ... 9 am until 12.30pm to cover the best parts of the inside, before we headed off to the wine region of Tuscany. Tuscany, the rolling hills filled with olive groves with trees that number in there thousands and grape vines that seem to go on across hills and valleys forever, where the wine is called Chianti and bottled with much pride and under strict conditions. Even down to the number of vines producing grapes and how many bunches qualify you to call your ...

      Day 16: Only the Good Die Young

      A travel blog entry by lizcarleton on Feb 01, 2012

      32 photos

      ... like a sea shell with nine sections fanning outward. There is one corner that is particularly challenging during the race, famous for being the downfall of riders. However, if a horse crosses the finish first, even without his rider, he still is declared the victor. Here, the horse is afforded the honor of winning, not his jockey. The open span is the heart of the city, and almost all roads lead back to it. When we were ...

      Happy Birthday Mark!

      A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels on Apr 16, 2011

      ... many accommodations before, the water was un-invitingly cold. The kids didn't delay in getting outside, among the trees and rocks, and were delighted to get back to nature.

      Mark and I went back into the village for some groceries. As it was his birthday, we bought a cake -- one of the kind in boxes, that seem to be so popular here -- and some other nice treats for the birthday celebration. Then, we made our way back to ...