La Casa di Gio

Loc. Torre a Castello , Asciano, Tuscany, 53041, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Loc. Torre a Castello , Asciano, is near Parco Sculpture Del Chianti and Fattoria di Felsina.
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    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Palmina worked at). It was the oldest winery in Italy which originally invented the famous Chianti wine. We went up to the Castello de Brolio The owners castle where we walked around the grounds and had panoramic views of the valleys below. Then we set off down to the huge winery to taste the wares. After we got home Sue had a little nap before dinner and we had our tucker in one of the local restaurants. The food was delicious but they are not so good at taking and delivering what we ...

    Siena on Foot- Day 9

    A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... its edge where Bar/Restaurants/Gelaterias are found.
    Dominating one side of the Piazza is the ancient Town Hall, decorated with dozens of coats of arms of the many men of power controlling the city over the centuries.

    The floor of the Piazza is raked making it a favourite place for people to sit and when we were strolling through there were men taking down scaffolding from ...

    Twerking it Italian style

    A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 27, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... cheese, salads, grilled vegi's meats and of course wine! Since we were heading to Chianti, we went with Eduordo's recommendation from a family who he used to work for.

    Our pizza's came out, but at that point we had all been eating appetizers so we probably didn't enjoy it as much as expected. Long, but great day...ready for tomorrow! aren't loading well, so will load more once I get better connectivity.

    Just outside of Radda in Chianti

    A travel blog entry by sugottfried on Oct 11, 2012

    ... and knitting the yarn. Her cashmere is so unbelievably soft - softer than cashmere from Afghanistan and Iran, which are the major producers. In fact, she has been asked by the U.S. government to go to Afghanstan to teach them her breeding techniques. Her scarves cost between $150-$240 Euros each. We were tempted, but we didn't buy. Back to the farmhouse in time for our group dinner. A couple on their honeymoon from Newcastle, England, a ...

    Day 16: Only the Good Die Young

    A travel blog entry by lizcarleton on Feb 01, 2012

    32 photos

    ... a place to grab lunch, we continued inadvertently returning to roads we'd been before.

    The one thing Stephano told us not to miss was a pastry native to the city called a richiella. Naturally, I had to test it. As with everything else in this country, it was of course delicious. It had an almond base with a perfect balance of chewy and crumbly, if that's even possible. I think I'll probably cry when I come home to our ...