Agriturismo Armaiolo

Loc. Armaiolo, Rapolano Terme, Tuscany, 53040, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Loc. Armaiolo, Rapolano Terme, is near Fattoria di Felsina and Azienda Agricola Giacomo Marengo.
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    Travel Blogs from Rapolano Terme


    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the baptistery, museum and then lined up (it was an hours wait) for the Panorama dal facciatone. This was amazing and we could overlook the city from above the rooftops. We then were faced with the challenge of finding our way back to the Grom - the gelato shop we saw on our tour, and the Italian Grocer we wanted to visit to try pannaforte. This ended up a bit more difficult than anticipated as we found that just one wrong turn can send you way away from where you think you want to ...


    A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... part way up a steep hill, the chain snapped completely, and we had to push the bike all the way back.

    I have become very fond of foraging wild herbs, here, as things like rosemary, thyme and fennel are everywhere. At the end of one day in the vineyards, Claudio, one fellow worker, saw me cutting down several stalks of sage that I spotted underneath a cherry tree. He told me that that particular sage was no good, and he ...

    La Spezia to Castelfranco di Sopra via Pisa

    A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 13, 2013

    4 photos

    ... and cheap. One of the locals saw us struggling, so offered to help with the menu. Slasher had also ordered a cold tuna rice salad which we ended up sharing, because none of us really needed anymore food!

    Programmed Chantal to Castelfranco di Sopra where our Tuscany agriturismo was located. This took us onto the FI-PI-LI. This highway connects Firenze, Pisa and Livorno- hence the name. Chantal did her usual good job and took us to Via Lama but as we ...

    Last Weekend- Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by ktmags on Jun 24, 2012

    1 comment, 72 photos

    ... on the water front. The only problem was we had to walk down to the water which took about 40 mins. I can't decided if it was worse hiking down the mountains in Cinque Terre last weekend, or walking down 400 stairs in a sundress and flip flops in Positano. Once we got down to the water we set up our sheets which we conviently brought from our hostel and ran right into the water. This was no Avalon beach... picture black sand / rocks. Heat was radiating off the sand and the ...

    Il Palio

    A travel blog entry by ashgone4 on Jul 20, 2011

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... For a little history/geography, Siena is divided into 17 separate contradas which are Italian city wards. Apparently these originally were associated with specific trades such as goldsmiths (unicorns), silk manufacturers (caterpillars), and blacksmiths (porcupines). As I walked around the city I noticed that certain corridors would only be sporting the flag of a particular contrada meaning that was that contrada's territory. On certain intersections ...