Antico Borgo di Tignano

Address: Strada Provinciale, Casole d Elsa, Tuscany, 53031, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Strada Provinciale, Casole d Elsa.
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    Travel Blogs from Casole d Elsa

    Cold, Damp Day in Casole

    A travel blog entry by marci.copeland on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... poorly marked (as in white lines) roads, we made it safely to the villa. We had a welcome dinner in the villa of a typical Tuscan meal - lemon chicken, bread soup, eggplant, mixed green salad, and chocolate salami for dessert accompanied by a chianti made here at the estate.
    After 10 hours sleep (slept only 3 hours the short night before on the plane), we drove to the Rampini Cerameche for our first purchase (a large ceramic urn) for our soon to ...

    Walking the Cinque Terra

    A travel blog entry by poweringon on Aug 19, 2013

    13 photos

    ... pay E10/day to walk the track and use the trains.

    However, due to storm damage and floods a couple of years ago, two parts to the track are not open. The park is not run well and has been subject to the usual Italian corruption. The government now runs it but does not invest the income back into the park so its longevity is under threat. There are little facilities for tourists such as toilets etc which ...

    Mountains, coastline panoramas, villages and swims

    A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 04, 2013

    41 photos

    ... br> put our stuff down and went towards the water. Where it was reminded me
    of the bogey hole - the way in which you get in the water is very
    similar, but it is not enclosed it goes out to the sea like a beach. We
    stood at the water edge for a while before our feet were numb to the
    freshness of the water. Simon went in first. His exact words were
    "1..2..3 ****!" Before jumping in! Was funny. I waited a few minutes
    before jumping in.. As always!
    ...

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by erblair on Nov 08, 2011

    14 photos

    ... steps switch backing up the cliff. Little terraced gardens and vineyards are planted on impossibly steep hillsides. This area is famous for wine production and has old photographs showing locals carrying grapes in baskets on their heads and shoulders around town and in the tunnels we walk through from the train. Some more modern farmers have these little motorized monorail trains that have a small engine or cable wench, seat, and a few ...

    The Final Tiramisu.

    A travel blog entry by andrewandlizzie on Sep 29, 2011

    299 photos

    ... for a drink- the girls opting for mint and strawberry granites. We then began the climb up to the last village of Monterosso. The pathway was often steep and narrow so it was hard work but it was a very rewarding feeling when we made it in the end. When we arrived at the finish line- it was one mad dash for the sea- Lizzie being the first one in to cool off. We had a swim and a soak in the sea before falling asleep on the beach. ...