Agriturismo Podere Casciano

Address: Podere Casciano, 79, Chianni, Tuscany, 56030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Podere Casciano, 79, Chianni.
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      Ancona to Florence

      A travel blog entry by kerrieflett on Sep 21, 2013

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      We arrived at Ancona at 730am. Our ferry cabin was comfortable and we slept quite well. We were a little confused on walking to the train station and unfortunately no one spoke English. We managed to get a train to the main train station and ran to catch the train recommended by the information lady. After changing trains we arrived at Florence but got off 1 stop early. Luckily we were together. An old man got of after us and ...

      Day Five: Lean back, lean back

      A travel blog entry by mswood on Jun 30, 2013

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... It has been moved back toward straight by 40 centimeters. We saw a cathedral and learned that, just like in Jewish synagogues, the women had to stay upstairs - though it was a beautiful area. We also learned that the cathedral right next to the leaning tower was the site where Galileo witnessed the motion of the chandelier and learned how to explain that the oscillation rate of objects is the same despite the weight of the object.

      We saw ...

      The Villa - Stu is Now Old

      A travel blog entry by stuli on Jun 15, 2013

      2 photos

      For my thirtieth birthday we decided to interrupt our travelling with a week long stop in a villa in Tuscany with eight of our friends.

      The villa was up in the hills between Pisa and Florence, along some rather death defying tracks, including a section through the closest village where the houses were barely further apart than the car was wide, made slightly more difficult by the ...

      Days 11 and 12: Pisa, Florence and Rome

      A travel blog entry by heathertunstall on Dec 12, 2012

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      I combined yesterday and today because, well, quite frankly we were too drunk last night for me to post. I'd say "Sorry Mom," but she was the drunkest of us! :) So yesterday, Tom, Dad, Mom, Carleigh and I hopped a train out to Pisa, because Mom and CJ hadn't seen the leaning tower yet, and the rest of us loved the town and really wanted to go back. Pisa, by the way, is so adorable. The town itself is small but so very Italian with its little ...

      New Year...let's Go

      A travel blog entry by marymichael84 on Jan 15, 2012

      70 photos

      ... 8217; was the last thing he yelled at us to do….very simpatico indeed. (After leaving there we continued home until it was time to part ways...we all promised to catch up again soon.)

      Back home then and another restful night with Mary by my side…drinking…reading… ;coffeeing…panettoneing!!!!

      08/01/12 Sunday

      Beautiful Sunday and we have decided to finally take the 8 km walk down by the Fiume Serchio to the town of ...