Casa Al Sole
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Casa Al Sole
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Al Sole Greve
Travel Blogs from Greve
Surrounded by vineyards in Chianti is certainly a reason to Greve (Not..!) Just a short drive today from Florence on our way to Siena, looks a lovely small town, time to explore... So the quiet village of Greve in Chianti turned into quite a beast... ...
... out all the herbs, Salva (sage), Basilico (basil) , Limone (lemon), Fragola (strawberry) .
I am sure I will be cooking . Lots of beautiful rose bushes, red , white, yellow, peach, apricot. Lavender, olive tree of course, we were so happy and Carla was wonderful. Lots of Ciaos, a short rest, and we drove into Greve just down the hill to investigate and get a little bit of food incase we cook. Ha! Not likely.
... was a step up from Randy’s preferred quarry – this here place made them Brew-nellos. We added some of them to the wagon as well and rolled our way back south. Yep, another successful round-up on the what is it called – oh yeah, Chianti not Key-ote-eyes – but I was close. And we don’t need to freezer to keep 'em all in – just whatcha call a cellar.
If you’re ...
... in an apartment. They lucked out with their apartment because their front yard is literally the Duomo. We definitely weren’t in Hatfield anymore.
It was really nice staying with people who actually lived in Florence because we didn’t feel like tourists anymore. Right when we got there, Ryan’s friends took us to an "illegal bakery" which is exactly how it sounds. Apparently there’s a law in Italy where you can’t sell baked ...
... Kong"; that's right, a chinese food place. It was actually fairly tasty (IT WAS AMAZING I MISSED MSG SO MUCH). More importantly, it was cheap and filling. After we feasted on spring rolls, "Spaghetti di soia" and "Ravioli al vapore" (soy noodles and steamed dumplings respectively) we went out to the leather market, where Jasmine finally replaced her disgustingly girly wallet (IT WAS CHEAP OKAY. AND HAD A PUPPY ON IT. AND THE DUCT TAPE ONE ...