Tenuta La Campana
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this ranch rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Tenuta La Campana Asciano
Travel Blogs from Asciano
... shared our table with a very pleasant young American named Robert. He was in asset management, originally from Seattle, most recently working in New York and about to start a new job in Bermuda. With a month between jobs he decided to travel alone to Europe and seemed to be having a wonderful time.
After lunch J and B were off to a complimentary liqueur tasting while Jay and I opted for lounge chairs and umbrellas on the ...
... mascots are generally animals,.. like the lion, dragon, giraffe or ram,.. though there are some oddities like the goose, the snail and the caterpillar . The residents of each district are passionate about their colours,.. rather like Aussies committed to their footy team colours. The Palio is run twice a year,.. in July and August. From the 17 districts a random draw selects 10. These compete in the July event. The remaining 7 are starters for the August event with 3 more ...
... measuring maybe 3 feet by 1 foot and 1 foot tall, all with ornately carved lids. It was an amazing thing to see. Later I got very brave and went for a haircut after memo ring how to say " just a trim please". The lady spoke no English but everything seemed to work out. After she said "bravo"! Took time to rest in afternoon before another lovely dinner and off to bed by 10pm. Off to Assisi tomorrow to look up St. ...
... hear everyone chanting in the main square and see right out over Siena! We left Siena feeling bummed that we were going to miss out on the main horse race on Tuesday but glad we got to see some of the action!
That night Glen named a delicious pasta dish (funghi arfimago - named by Glen) and we had a relaxing last night in our gorgeous little bnb!
30/06/13 - today we had to pack up and leave our new home and away from home which was sad as it ...
... I head out of the town wall, to find the bus. I'm the only passenger on board as we head for Poggibonsi, where a train will take me on to Pisa, a day ahead of schedule. Volterra has been struck from my schedule, due to a lack of public transport heading west after the town.The Etruscan hill town will have to wait until next time maybe. Poggibonsi, is an industrial town with one reason for visiting; the train station to take you away from it. The bus drops ...