Villa I Bossi

Loc. Gragnone 44-46, Arezzo, Tuscany, 52100, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Loc. Gragnone 44-46, Arezzo, is near Piazza Grande, Church of San Francesco Arezzo, Duomo Arezzo, and San Domenico Church.
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    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the baptistery, museum and then lined up (it was an hours wait) for the Panorama dal facciatone. This was amazing and we could overlook the city from above the rooftops. We then were faced with the challenge of finding our way back to the Grom - the gelato shop we saw on our tour, and the Italian Grocer we wanted to visit to try pannaforte. This ended up a bit more difficult than anticipated as we found that just one wrong turn can send you way away from where you think you want to ...

    Italy day 4

    A travel blog entry by apopples on Jun 08, 2013

    10 photos

    ... of the day looking around Arezzo. We started
    off by going in to a cafe and getting some morning tea. We then walked
    up through the town and looked at all the shops. There was a lot of kids
    out on the street because they had finished school and were on summer
    holidays. We then found a restaurant for lunch and just near the
    restaurant a film crew were making a movie! After lunch we ...


    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on May 27, 2012

    67 photos

    ... many statues of notables. Once through the Gallery you are into the main square - Palazzo Vecchio. This was the economic center of the town. Florence was a democratic city with loose ties to the Catholic Church and played a major role in the Renaissance. The main building was basically a city hall with tower. Alongside is the Loggia which in its time was used as a public gallery where citizens could speak about issues. Eventually the ...

    First days under the Tuscan Sun

    A travel blog entry by andye10000 on Sep 24, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... The drive home was pretty full-on (I’ll talk about driving in Italy later).

    Tuesday we headed down South to the town of Cortona (the location of Under the Tuscan Sun). The GPS took us on one of those drives that you really don’t know how they’re going to end – over another narrow hill road. But we came out above the village of Castaglion which is a small walled town on a ridge line at the end of a bunch of hills. It just ...

    Under the Tuscan Sun

    A travel blog entry by andrewandlizzie on Sep 22, 2011

    387 photos

    ... just lay with some music near our little house soaking up the sun. It wasn't the most comfortable thing any of us had ever done as it was more rock than grass- but it was still a nice break. Though the numerous lizards around kept Nicola and Lizzie on edge. At the precise moment Lizzie was imagining what it would feel like to have a lizard crawl onto her skin, Nicola screamed, and Lizzie did what any rational person would, she did some kind of dive/forward ...