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

    Florence - day 2

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 17, 2014

    63 photos

    ... of spectators to the buskers through he being the first person to sit and watch and clap for them after each piece. They were very good and we always give them some money. We were also at that time beside a street artist and we watched him draw two couples as caricatures as others came to stand and watch and clap after each was completed. Craig also had to resist Ang's desire to have one sketched us. We stayed there until nightfall about 8pm, noted on ...

    Flying to Florence

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jun 19, 2014

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... the 2.5 hour layover in Frankfurt. We didn't have to go through customs since it was a layover, just immigration where they checked and stamped our passports. On our way to the gate we saw that Camel has sponsored smoking boxes where about 10 people can fit inside for a cigarette. I bet it smells delightful. We stopped for coffee and saw that all the bottles of coke had names on them! Not ours though :( While waiting in line the guy in front of us ordered 2 large beers. Odd for ...

    Exploring Florence

    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Apr 10, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... it up there because they believed Jesus was Jewish and it was the year Florence was elected the capital of Italy so they thought it was a good sign. Although it is a church, I think you could be forgiven for calling it a cemetery as 270-ish people are buried there, most famous ones are Galileo and Michelangelo. After the tour we walked to Piazza Di Michelangelo to see the bronze statue of David by crossing over the river to the other side of Florence. It is situated on a ...

    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 ...

    Tuscan treasures

    A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Aug 23, 2013

    19 photos

    ... degrees, today it now leans at 3.99 degrees. On arrival we couldn't help but laugh at everyone posing, it was like watching random tai chi moves, we could've sat there all day people watching. I have included some very touristy pics of us joining in.

    During our time in Florence we thought we'd venture out and booked us an excursion to the Tuscan hills. Firstly we stopped at Monteggioni a small medieval town still surrounding by it's original walls, with a population ...