Antica Dimora Villa Basilewsky

Address: Via Cantamaggio 20, Cutigliano, Tuscany, 51024, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Cantamaggio 20, Cutigliano, is near Abetone.
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      Abetone Adventure

      A travel blog entry by paigelondon on Feb 09, 2012

      5 photos

      We took our first group trip to Abetone which is the most charming little mountain town in the world; I loved everything about the whole atmosphere! When we got there, it looked like we had just stepped into a real life snow globe. It felt like we were in a literal blizzard. Skiing in the Alps was surreal. That line in Eric Church's song "Carolina" that says "Your mountains are a canvas for The Maker's hands" kept running through my head. Thankfully, ...

      Day 10: Part 1 - Pisa

      A travel blog entry by lizcarleton on Jan 22, 2012

      19 photos

      ... humdrum quickly rose again, warranting an admonition from security.

      Next, we skipped over to the church, which was entirely surprising. The inside was gorgeous. Far more ornate than the interior of even the Duomo, I did not expect such opulence in Pisa. The ceiling was probably the most incredible part, completely gilded. The church also housed a sculpted pulpit, this one by the former's father, or son. I'm not sure. I lingered here for a ...

      Pievepelago: In the middle of nowhere

      A travel blog entry by clodblog on Jul 27, 2011

      1 comment, 18 photos

      We left the sun and the coast and drove 3 hours to the Province of Modena in central Italy. About 2 hours in, we exited the highway and began the treacherous journey up the mountain on some of the most narrow and windy roads I've ever seen. This didn't bother L one bit as she easily drove 80km/hr around hairpin turns. She used to drive the same route every weekend while she was studying in Florence so she intimately knew every turn and curve ...

      The Leaning Tourists of Pisa

      A travel blog entry by valaryr on Jun 04, 2011

      1 comment, 13 photos

      Since we never made it to Pisa on Thursday morning, we decided to stop through on our way to Genoa from the villa on Saturday (6-4). We packed up all our stuff and said goodbye to Chris's parents early in the morning and headed to the train station.Nikki sent us with a MASSIVE amount of food and a gigantic bottle of Chianti, so we are definitely set for picnic ...

      Climbing Cimone

      A travel blog entry by k8ttie on Aug 07, 2010

      25 photos

      When I arrived at the Nizzi's house the first day, I looked up at the mountain behind their house and said, if possible, I would really like to climb the mountain while I was there. I later found out that 'mountain' is called Cimone and is 2165 meters above sea level.

      So on my last full day in Fiumalbo Doreen, Genevieve and I set out early in the morning ...