Casprini Da Omero

Address: 68, Via Falcone, Greve, Tuscany, 50020, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 68, Via Falcone, Greve, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Antinori Winery, and Castello di Uzzano.
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    Travel Blogs from Greve

    Call me when you get here

    A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 14, 2014

    9 photos

    This morning, we woke up in Venice to the most beautiful church bells and sunny skies. We had finally gotten our bearing in Venice and had the confidence to offer struggling tourists some directions. We easily navigated to the busy train station and caught our train like pros. Little did we know that the short 2 hour train ride to Florence would be the easiest part of our day... Getting off the train in Florence was a ...

    Bike, volterra lunch. Dinner home.

    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... up back tracking a bit and found our way home, such a huge day. I made dinner of Forese's fresh zucchinis and figs and eggs and a local red, crashed into bed exhausted and happy.

    The roads are fabulous here for the bike, but tiring. Not much straight roads so always on the curve,which is what bike riders like apparently, I just sit there looking for sunflower paddocks and was Very happy when I found them . X ...

    Chianti, Montefioralle: Lamole, lunch

    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 05, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... name, "Monteficalle," likely refers to the fig trees that grow in the fields around the castle. And right around the Cassero the medieval village developed, built on an elliptical that is the natural conclusion of the circle of existing walls that culminates with the remains of some towers, now used as private homes."

    All of the above is true, it is a medieval walled village in the heart of Tuscany. Our house for the next ten days is part of the ...

    Into Italy - Imperia to Florence

    A travel blog entry by glynei on May 26, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... made our way back to the station to await the 5 p.m shuttle bus. We have decided to move on tomorrow, although there is a trip to five local villages which can only be reached by train or boat, we have decided to give it a miss in case it turns out to be like the local village. 29th May. After a night of rain we are on the move once more, this time to Pisa. The campsite that Ei has chosen is about 400 metres from the historical site, which are the Cathedral, the Baptistry ...

    Toscana, Day 2

    A travel blog entry by howardhalm on Apr 08, 2013

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... br> Next he showed us how to cook Peposo (beef) Chiantigiana style.

    Lastly, we learned to make almond cantucci or biscotti as we called it in the U.S.

    White wine and cappuccino were available to drink during the class.

    At the end of school, Chef was available for questions. We learned that Florentine beef was highly prized in Europe. As a result, there is great demand so that a good t- bone ...