Borgo Scopeto Relais

Address: Strada Comunale n. 14 di Borgo Scopeto, Vagliagli, Tuscany, 53019, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Strada Comunale n. 14 di Borgo Scopeto, Vagliagli, is near Casa di Santa Caterina, Toscana Mia - Italian and Tuscan cooking school, Dievole, and Castello d'Albola.
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    Travel Blogs from Vagliagli

    Where Even Is this Place?!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... looking from the outside, when we went in, we were met with clouds of smoke and old, leering men drinking pints at the bar. I had completely forgotten that smoking was yet to be banned in Austria and we quickly took refuge outside, which was only marginally better.

    Something I could quite not fathom since travelling was the sheer number of smokers, everywhere. As a non-smoker, I was most certainly in the minority and I was getting absolutely sick ...

    From Tirano to the Italian Riviera

    A travel blog entry by charlottedv on Apr 07, 2015

    ... and we arrived back tired by 7.30 to enjoy a really nice dinner or swordfish for Joe and octopus salad for me after a plate of cold meats and pane and a couple of prosseco to was it all down, for me of course as Joe. We met couple Americans mother and daughter who we chatted to intermittently through out the meal. Staggered back for a well earnt rest that Joe took advantage of whilst I booked our hotel for the next ...

    Day 5: Siena & Montepulciano

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 18, 2014

    34 photos

    ... structures that took centuries to build (the Duomo took over 400 years), as I can imagine working on something your entire life and never getting to see it completed. Following the Duomo, our first stop was Siena. Another city in the southern region of Tuscany. This was a Roman military outpost established in 30AD and quickly developed into a busy trading post. We quickly fell in love with the ornate Duomo'll agree when you see the pictures of ...

    Santa Maria Novella - Firenze

    A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... cross the river again and see if we could find an eating/drinking establishment recommended by our hosts at 1865. Find it we did ... immediately opposite the Palazzo Pitti - but to our disappointment it was closed! A close inspection of the interior through the glass revealed two important pieces of information: 1. closing day is Tuesday, 2. opening hours are 1300 - 2400. So it being ...

    Firenze giorno due

    A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 07, 2014

    15 photos

    ... space. With the run up the hill on the other side of the Arno River, I had around 40 floors on the fitbit – after Duomo, I’ve only got about 80. 40 stories, that’s all ;)

    (Lizzie again) Once we met up again, we headed to the Baptistery of Saint John, but the line was really long. We decided to listen to Rick Steve’s Renaissance Walking tour on my iPod. We viewed the famous doors on the Baptistery, saw the Bell Tower, got to see ...