Farmhouse Residence Casa Italia
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?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Farmhouse Residence Casa Italia Lamporecchio
Travel Blogs from Lamporecchio
... the next booking wasn't until 2. That nearly killed me. I was sooo tired and was feeling so sick. My feet were hurting because I'd borrowed Zoe's flats. We went to a cafe where the others (Benitta, Dylan, Dan and Zoe) ate some food. I got as much caffeine into my system as I could. Then we had a wander to find the place. We ended up walking off the map and needing to ask for directions. Once we'd figured out where we actually needed to be we ...
... of time at this point, but live and learn. I definitely learned the bus system with my trusty free bus system map.
More buses to check out San Miniato a little church in a park known for its view of Florence, next to Piazza of Michaelangelo. Somehow I missed out on church interiors in Florence, except San Spirito the first day. The place was Ok but totally cluttered with construction and giant tour buses. Went on to Porta Romana where I ...
... between the lines!
April had spotted some trattorias around the park where she had run in the morning, so we headed in that direction for dinner. It was hard to believe how balmy the evening was - my comment when daylight savings started was made in jest!!! We enjoyed our meals and the 80s music channel playing on the tv, with classics including: Gold, Born in the USA, Soul Man, Back in Black and Walking on Sunshine. A pleasant end to another delightful day ...
... We thought it was wise to eat something before we tasted wine, so we stopped at the first restaurant that seemed decent. Hannah got a beef filet and Kyle got gnocchi with cheese sauce and asparagus and we split French fries (because they were out of roasted potatoes) and vegetables. The steak and gnocchi were FABULOUS and the service was sweet. All the locals were eating a lunch buffet that was being served, but we didn't think it was worth it. When you ...
... dining. The one English speaking woman decided to go
outside and ask the men that were dining at an outside table filled with locals. They all know who lives where in this town
(since it is a small village). They talked (seems like yelling and gesturing emphatically, when really just discussing) about what we might be looking for and pointed us down the road another 2 kilometers. They were VERY sweet! And after a few more u-turns we ended up at our destination at ...