Agriturismo Il Rigo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Sienna and parked up. Wow, what a find. I had the biggest and best pizza I have ever had…all for 5 euros. Lyn had a massive calzone with a Tuscan cooked meats platter to start. Tegz and I had crostini to start, which was a bit of an adventure as we didn’t know what was on each piece of bread. We decided they were….mushroom pate (thumbs up rom Tegz), a hot spicy tomatoey paste (thumbs up from me!), fresh tomatoes (thumbs up from me and I don’t even ...
... to fruits and vegetables, you can pretty much find everything you need! I even succumbed to the Italian lifestyle and Jason bought me a winter jacket for 25 euros! Mama mia!!! We even bought vegetables for our dinner. Once we were satiated our desire for shopping with purchases of vegetables and clothing, we walked back to Casa Elisa.
We relaxed for a bit and then walked a few Tuscan blocks to Hotel Palazzo del Capitano to schedule our ...
Today after breakfast we headed out to visit Pienza, When we got there, there was a market going on selling fruit, meat, clothes, lollies, handbags and more. The village was really quaint and we took heaps of photos and bought some pistachio nuts.
Then we headed off to Montepulciano which is where the Twilight movie was filmed. It was a bit busier there with tourists. We had some lunch there and wandered around for a while.
After that we went to ...
Day 270 Day totals: 16 hrs, 10 kms There's one Tuscany province in this area that I still need to include before leaving this area: Siena. Emmadeddine, the guy I hiked with in Amalfi raved about the provincial capital, so I've definitely got to check it out. It's a late start, but I'm going to go ahead and head that way today. Siena, as it turns out, is the most Tuscany-feeling city of them all. Whereas the other cities ...