L'Olivo Piegato

Address: Via Chiesa, 7, Giovagallo, Tuscany, 54012, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located on Via Chiesa, 7, Giovagallo.
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    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... been violence. A few minutes later the same waitress seems to be having a lot of trouble at the next table. It seems there has been a misunderstanding. A group of elderly Indians has been served house wine, and they are not happy. One of them tells the waitress that they didn't come here to drink house wine. He tells her to take the house wine away, pour it down the sink, and bring them the best wine they have on their wine list. He says he doesn't care how much ...

    Crossing the border

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 22, 2015


    ... few vehicles, goats and cows making their goat and cow noises in the background. The main shop in town is the "Honesty Shop", which is unattended; you walk in, grab a coke or some candy, put money in a box, and leave.

    One of the town's residents, Erika Buhler, runs a self-service milk and cheese shop, which means she has a refridgerator in her basement that you walk into unattended, grab a bottle of milk and ...

    Levanto to French Riveria

    A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Sep 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... meter and wait to see if others have the same problem. Soon there are two other couples - an Italian, French and NZ couple all trying to work out what to do. The Italian couple talk incessantly but do little, the French woman knows French, Italian and English. We mostly watch in a bemused manner as the French and Italians decide what to do. She writes a note on our car in French for us to leave on our dashboard. She also asks for ...

    Cinque terre Day 1

    A travel blog entry by cassielydon on May 21, 2014

    ... a temporary hold on it we took some time away from that stressful situation. Then we set out to explore the cliffs and potentially find a swimming hole and a boulder beach. Cinque terre is made up of 5 towns and the hike between them isn't more the 1 mile or so. We wanted to walk to the next town only the trail was closed due to a rock slide so train it was. The train seemed to arrive early and as we got on it and it started to go it went straight passed our stop and past a ...

    The beauty of the Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by jdacut on Aug 28, 2013

    14 photos

    ... be visiting.

    After a two and a half hour drive (and a bathroom stop), we drove through La Spezia and stopped at our first village of the Cinque Terre, Manarola. After a short walk, we reached a train station and were all handed train tickets that we would use all day. The train ended up being extremely stuffy and hot inside, but thankfully we only needed to go one stop, which was the next village Corniglia.

    We were warned on ...