Podere Le Cave

Address: 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

      Saturday...back in the USA

      A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Jun 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... it. No issues there! Then we got to the airport and the hours of standing in lines with lots of cranky Americans and a large number of people who think if they arrive really late for their flight they are entitled to jump the line. No time for coffee...either at FLR or CDG....bad airline food and lots of water we arrived at CVG....people here seemed ok with queuing and we got through customs ...

      Day 6 - Firenze (Florence)

      A travel blog entry by paigejasonitaly on Nov 27, 2013

      8 photos

      ... due to the crazy Italian drivers! You would think every Fiat driver is behind the wheel of a Ferrari (or so they think)!

      Once we arrived in Firenze, we parked the car at Piazzale Michelangelo, a large square top lot overlooking all of the city. The panoramic views of Firenze were breathtaking. After much admiration of the city, Jason and I ventured down to Piazza Poggi on the south side of the Arno River to begin our 30-minute walk to the ...

      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 ...

      Bonjour France

      A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis on Sep 07, 2013

      8 photos

      ... It was good to see them, and our Peugot mini van (like a four wheel drive). Liz drove, with Di navigating. We finally worked out the toll system, and Liz masterfully drove the freeway with a speed limit of 130 kph. While we stuck to the speed limit a few cars left us in their dust!! Following the directions off the freeway and through the country lanes, we drove over the limestone hills and after much searching finally found our house. By this ...

      Naked men....

      A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink on Jun 06, 2013

      47 photos

      ... much look at a mans genitals. There is an open museum and one of the famous statues is the Perseus and Medusa statue. Inside the one building there were still frescos and decorative ceilings and columns.
      As I carried on I got to cross a bridge, Ponte Vecchio, that had jewelry shops on either side of it. As you can see it was hot and some people were making the most of it sitting in the sun on the bright green grass below it.
      Every now and again I came passed a ...