Agriturismo Armaiolo

Address: 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

    Checking out Siena and San Gimignano

    A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 10, 2015

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    ... restrained when it was ordained by the council that no tower was to be higher than the Municipal palace.

    The other claim to fame there was the world class gelato shop so we had to try their produce after only a short wait.

    After getting back after 6pm, we popped over to our local restaurant that we enjoyed on day one and enjoyed a fish and pasta meal, then walked all of 5 minutes back to the flat!

    Surprising Siena

    A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 08, 2014

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    Well, after a delightful breakfast alfresco to start the day, off in the car with our faithful Tom Tom navigating our way to Siena. Beautiful day and scenery, this part of Italy is stunning. Although we were only 35 kms from Siena, because we are in the middle of nowhere, it took over an hour to get there. Tom Tom took us up the hill ( very steep gradient) in to the old past of town, and after a few nervous moments trying to turn ...


    A travel blog entry by xtine13 on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... we had incredible thunderstorms during the night with lightning strikes lighting up our room. We we got up it was very misty outside and as we left the villa for the last time, it was raining. We drove back to Florence and dropped our rental car off, having driven approximately 640kms in the past week, on top of all the train travel we had done. We got a taxi back to the train station and left our luggage there to be looked after while we went for one last walk around the ...

    Umbrian Beauty

    A travel blog entry by jott086 on May 19, 2013

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    ... happily overflowing with positive comments about this sojourn.
    As we were reluctantly leaving this haven I noticed a statue with soldiers helmets on it. I didn't know what it was for but took a picture anyway. Upon asking Giovanni (the tour director) he was able to tell me it is a monument to all the soldiers but especially the Canadians and Americans of the Second World War, so it was a good thing the picture was taken.

    Afterward we stopped ...

    Italian Driving Without Gina

    A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jun 13, 2012

    ... tourists, and people wanting to make money from tourists, that it was a little stifling! We walked over an ancient bridge crossing the river that used to be a street for local shops such as butchers and bakers, and then they were all bought out by expensive jewelry shops and boutiques. So the ancient bridge didn’t feel very authentic!! But, that is tourism, and it is a massive industry. We had our fill of Florence, and then headed out, onto our next ...