Borgo La Capraia

Address: Localitá Capraia - Pulicciano, Castelfranco di Sopra, Tuscany, 52020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Localit√° Capraia - Pulicciano, Castelfranco di Sopra, is near Gianfranco Luzzetti.
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      Travel Blogs from Castelfranco di Sopra

      I Love Italy

      A travel blog entry by stumarineurope on Oct 03, 2013

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      ... br> Had lunch in a very busy restaurant. Stuart in his glory as he was eating 3 rarely grilled lamb chops with vegies. I had the most enormous pizza, with paper thin pastry and mushrooms..delicious. A big rain storm while we were eating but over when we were ready to leave.
      On the way back we hit the curbing trying to avoid a motor bike that was too far over. This caused ...


      A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 26, 2013

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      ... The first "must see" attraction was the Uffezi gallery. We headed off to the gallery which was conveniently located very close to our hostel. As we knew the line would be quite long, we had tried the day before to “prebook” tickets, which costs another 5euro but gets you almost straight in as opposed to lining up for 1-2hrs. At the back of the line there was a chick, pretty much like a scalper who sold us immediate entry tickets for 20euro. It's not to bad when you brake ...

      San Gimignano

      A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 20, 2013

      8 photos

      ... M was disappointed that the boots he liked were not available in his size. Back into Cesare and off to San Gim at last. By this time it was raining quite heavily. We had to park the car and wait for a minibus to come past the car park to take us up into the town. San Gim is a preserved medieval town which is famous for its towers. In the 12th century it was a hive of economic activity and merchants and money lenders showed off their wealth ...

      Castelfranco di Sopra

      A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 18, 2013

      8 photos

      ... was well received. No doubt, he will be the talk of the barber shop this week. The village has a bell tower, 12th century, a church and quite a reasonable sized piazza surrounded by shops, restaurants and the town hall. There were several little fruit shops/grocery stores - a little bit of everything. Most of the shops were closed for lunch - the hardware store and the florist had even left their goods out in front of ...

      I'm lost for words - Florence!

      A travel blog entry by kaizen on Dec 26, 2012

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... have been there in the C14th and C15, a little like Venice with it's absence of cars. They seem to move at a slower pace, unlike modern, car dominated cities - more like villages. The spell which Venice cast over me when I visited before has been broken and I don't think I need to visit her again but that's not how I feel about Florence. It may be because the ghosts of Florence are much stronger - Lorenzo the Magnificent, and his much loved brother Guiliano, Savonarola - ...