Podere Le Cave

Address: Via di Riboia 6/A, 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 Torre del Pulcinella.
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        Travel Blogs from Impruneta

        Florence - Week Two

        A travel blog entry by margarnold on Nov 14, 2014

        1 comment, 37 photos

        ... English writer who's lived in Italy for decades, and I'd read a later book of his, a very entertaining account of rail travel in Italy.) The Medici book sounds heavy, but it's very accessible, and I think he's done a great job of synthesising information from the scholarly accounts, which often seem to concentrate on only the art, or only the finance. I found official guides to the Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi and Pitti Palace on iTunes ($6.49 each), the first two including ...

        Monterosso, Cinque Terre, & whistle stop in Pi

        A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 19, 2014

        15 photos

        ... the things he told us is that Monterosso is their home and it has a resident population of 1,500 but it increases to 25,000 with tourists. It was good that we did start chatting to them otherwise we wouldn't have known which stop to get off at, or to have got off at our last stop. We were at the last stop for some minutes when there was an announcement - in Italian - that there is a problem with the engine and we'd have to change trains. Luckily the more ...

        Chianti Wine Tasting

        A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 10, 2014

        5 photos

        ... the wine you were drinking! We did try a couple of wines here, but went for a walk around the piazza, looking at the shops selling beautiful handmade art and craft souvenirs. Before jumping back on the bus, I managed to find a gelateria and the chocolate mousse gelato was the creamiest gelati ever!!! Once back in Florence, we had a very early night as we were both beginning to feel unwell and wanted feel up to packing a lot of sightseeing into our last day in Florence, ...

        Florence — Day 3

        A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 16, 2013

        ... rucola (rocket) which we dress ourselves with red wine vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil, and a half-bottle of good Chianti Classico, this time from a producer so big that we have brought the same variety in Christchurch earlier this year. The boss here has a distinctive way of speaking which I assume is at least in part due to a regional accent, but every time I hear him in the background it startles me because to my ear he sounds exactly like Italian comedic movie star Roberto ...

        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 ...