Castello di Querceto

Address: via alessandro françois 2, Greve, Tuscany, 53011, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on via alessandro fran├žois 2, Greve, is near Piazza Matteotti, Vignamaggio, Volpaia, and Chianti Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Greve

    Welcome to Tuscany!

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on May 04, 2015

    12 comments, 7 photos

    ... husband. We met on this day, May 4, back in 2000. It was a blind date, and we had so much fun tonight telling the kids all about it. Tomorrow is Pauly's birthday. Happy Birthday, my love.

    We hope you are all well.

    P.S. Our colleagues in Peel went out on strike today. As I mentioned in an earlier post, we support them, and although we are not physically there, we are with them in spirit. ...

    Under the Tuscan sun

    A travel blog entry by europetravels on Aug 11, 2014

    71 photos

    ... the other way it's always a near miss. They certainly have nerves of steel. The return trip was just the same. Exciting stuff...

    Florence is a walking city and we were happy to wonder the streets and take every thing in.
    Tuscany is one of the most culturally and politically influential provinces - the development of Italy with Tuscany is simply unthinkable. Tuscany, with its ...

    Chianti, Montefioralle

    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 10, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Decided on a short walk around Florence to get our bearings for David tomorrow.
    We walked along the river and through a piazza, Steve saw new Ducati on the street, it hasn't been released in Australia yet, spunky looking thing.
    It ended up being a huge exhausting walk around the city. the streets are so narrow and not much walking space for pedestrians. People walk like they drive, see a space and take it. ...

    Chianti, Montefioralle, Fiesole, dinner at Castel.

    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... dinner.
    A restaurant inside the walls of Montefioralle run by mother and son. We had booked earlier in the year too. Trundle up the stone path, past geraniums and hydrangeas of every colour, mangy cats, and found it. Through an archway, a bit dark and scary then it opened up onto a beautiful balcony which over looked Tuscany, but of course. These villages are so steep, the view never ceases to amaze me. We use to order dishes to share, but ...

    Day 23 Florence/ Rome

    A travel blog entry by rachelandnick on Dec 09, 2013

    32 photos

    ... the streets and shops, went to the other major site we hadn't seen yet (the most important of which was the mind blowing Duomo) and grab some pizza for lunch in this hidden little pizzeria we came across. On our way to meet back up with our group we came across the Christmas markets across from the meeting spot and had a great last few minutes in Florence meandering through. We slept most of the way to Rome, so the journey ...