- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Agrisalotto
TripAdvisor Reviews Agrisalotto Cortona
Travel Blogs from Cortona
... and during late afternoon, they are used by the locals to exercise their toddlers and for old men to gather, maybe to get out of the way of the nonne while they prepare dinner. We loved to sit at a bar or cafe and just watch life pass us by. We noticed that there seemed to be one road rule for cars and another for bikes. Bikes go wherever they want to, regardless of one way signs or red lights. It was fun being part of the ...
Can't believe our luck!!! We headed up the hill on Friday night for dinner only to discover that this weekend is Cortona's annual crossbow festival! The town square was full of knights and jesters and archers providing a whole range of different Medieval games which the kids took full advantage of. More to come on Saturday and Sunday!
Despite being tired when we got back from Arrezo on Saturday we made the effort to climb the hill ...
Happy first day of spring people! It really was spring-like here today; sunny and warm and generally delightful. In the morning I didn't take advantage of this lovely weather- I was too bust cooking broccoli and pumpkin and cauliflower and other such exciting things- but I made the decision that, after a lunch of a sort of pumpkin tart thingamebob, I would go for a half hour walk.
The walk was delayed because Livia caught me, as I was about to go out, and asked for ...
... people with. Firstly, I went to the shop today to buy some suncream (I don't want to end up rocking the tomato look while we're off skiing) and discovered you can't buy any for anything cheaper than ten euros. What is that about!? I didn't buy any today. I've yet to decide if the health of my purse is more important than my fears of the risk of skin cancer. It's a tricky one!
Speaking of skiing, I got a parcel from ...
... control of the city. Siena didn't develop in the Renaissance because of the amount of control by the Franciscan monks, but it was preserved more from WWII and modern development.
The cathedral in Siena is my favorite in Italy by a mile. It was built in the 13th century, but the lantern on top was added by Bernini. The exterior and interior are constructed of white and greenish-black
marble in ...