I Grandi di Toscana

Address: Via del Gargaiolo 33, Ciggiano, Tuscany, 52041, Italy | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on Via del Gargaiolo 33, Ciggiano, is near Azienda Agricola Giacomo Marengo.
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        Travel Blogs from Ciggiano

        A day of penance

        A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Sep 20, 2015

        8 photos

        ... feel about the French. The regular prices for these as I’m sure everyone knows is ridiculously high, but most everything we saw was 30 to 40% off, which essentially means you’re only paying $500 for a pair of Prada shoes. Who would buy that?

        Ok, so we bought a few things. So what!?! But certainly not as much as the bus loads of Chinese and Japanese that were there. Oddly, the only shops ...

        Tuscan Explorers

        A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Sep 25, 2014

        1 comment, 29 photos

        ... their economic power. We climbed up 218 stairs to the top of one of the towers that is now a museum and surveyed the whole town. You had a birds eye view in every direction for miles. We then meandered through many lovely streets packed with tourist shops and a market in the centre square. We enjoyed an authentic Italian lunch in a little square with live Italian music. Lee had the obligatory Galati - peach ...


        A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jun 06, 2014


        ... itself. There is no shade in the vineyards. The rows go on for ages and when you finally finish one, you simply move on to the next one. And the next one...

        ...and the next one.

        At night, however, things improved. I was pretty grumpy and exhausted and my face was already peeling from the sun, but Emmanuele informed me that he did not have to work in the restaurant that night, so we cooked together. He taught me to make risotto milanese, ...

        Technology and Gear

        A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 03, 2013

        ... www.holidayphone.com). I got 2 GB of data for each of our phones, plus 10€ in calling time. We also got 1,000 texts between each other. I chose to do this because I knew the Italian government recently started requiring a coda fiscal (basically, a social security number) for all SIM cards, even prepaid ones, and had read about some issues travelers had buying one here. The SIM cards worked like a champ. Pro tip: reset the PIN ...

        Hill Climbing

        A travel blog entry by tuscany2012 on Sep 09, 2012

        5 comments, 83 photos

        ... street are typicial of Tuscan towns. The view was to die for. It has 7 Medieval towers left from the original 70 which were built by the wealthy - the higher the tower the more wealthy the owner. They used to defend the town and provide a safe haven in times of seige - they would climb up and pour hot oil on the enemy. When black death (bubonic plague) devastated the population in 1348 this town's power faided and they ...