Podere Le Cave

Via Riboia 6 , Impruneta, Tuscany, 50023, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Impruneta area of Impruneta, is near San Lorenzo market, Piazza Garibaldi, Cetona's Belvedere, and Chiantigiana Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Impruneta

    Fiat 500 tour

    A travel blog entry by holdfast on Oct 14, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... some cars in Europe in those days were designed. What I couldn't figure out was why you would put a motor at the back of the car when it was an air cooled motor. Perplexing. Other shortcuts they made was to not have a synchromesh gearbox. They were just too expensive. This meant that we had to double clutch. Most of us had had experience with double clutching but he gave some instruction on it anyway. After he had finished he allocated the cars out. Because we ...

    A morning in Pisa

    A travel blog entry by janined22 on Aug 04, 2013

    2 comments, 1 photo

    And another great effort by the dingley/thurley/gobbey travel party. Caught the local train to Pisa this morning and walked to the tower of Pisa. A lovely 20 minute walk, which I thoroughly enjoyed because we didn't see anything of the city 22 years ago. Thankfully, the tower is still leaning but the amount of souvenir shops and cafes has increased ten fold. There were still thousands of people annoying the hell out of us and taking stupid pictures holding up ...


    A travel blog entry by jeanie.moore.16 on Jul 16, 2013

    23 photos

    Currently we are in Florence staying in our apartment over looking the Medici Chapels and only a 5 minute walk to about everything else. Though we aren't doing much of it at all. We decided not to make the kids stand in a queue (the tourist crowds are as big here as Rome or Venice) to look at art galleries.

    Instead we are sleeping in, we have found a local fruit and vege market (not quite as local as in Rome as it has a good patronage from tourists) where ...

    Florence, Pisa and Cinque Terre!

    A travel blog entry by casbang on Jun 03, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... we would we hit our heads on the window. We even managed to get physically air born when the driver failed to slow down at a speed hump. All we could do was wait and hope that we arrived alive. Thats not the end of the story though, which bus runs from one side of town to the other at 3am in the morning... you guessed it, none. The final leg was a 2 hour walk in the cold to our hostel only wearing shorts having no idea where to go, using the cold wind as a guide to the water.


    Florence Redux

    A travel blog entry by nancypatout on Jul 10, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... in the Uffizi (you were allowed to take pictures there) - it gave us a much better view of the bridge from the outside than we were able to see on Sunday from the ground. We could also see the Vasari Corridor from that point (stretching from the Uffizi across the river) - the aging Medicis were actually wheeled all the way across the river in wheelchairs. After the Uffizi, Paola took us to Santa Croce, a Gothic style church that contains the tombs ...