Hotel Il Rifugio

Via delle Ginestre 57, Quarrata, Tuscany, 51039, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quarrata

This is where I'm going to retire.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

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... unable to. We tried to get our e-tickets downloaded with the ****** wifi that they had at the terminal. Some of us were not sure if we needed a paper ticket or not. We all separated. :| Brigid and I booked our tickets together so she had printed our tickets and I felt like that that would be enough. I started making my way to the platform. We, of course, had the farthest train. Sarah and started walking towards our train wile some people were still trying to figure ...

Another Day in Florence and then Collecorvino

A travel blog entry by geneandmarj

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11

Tuesday morning we walked to the Galleria dell 'Accademia to see the world famous Michangelo's David. We joined the 2 plus hour line. A woman offered us reserved tickets (at almost twice the cost) to allow quicker entry. We bought the tickets and moved to a much shorter (reservations) line. Only a limited number of visitors wee allowed inside anytime because of the relatively small size ...

Florence!

A travel blog entry by misneach

7

... We parked
out of town and caught a tram in to Santa Maria novella and walks to the
accommodation. We had a few hiccups along the way. The tomtom took us

Food Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by joyf

68

... a wine cellar. Here we first tried a Prosecco (a sparkling white wine) then the Uvaggio Storico which was a "clear, straw yellow color with greenish reflections. The perlage is fine and persistent. Nose discovers delicate aromas, fruity and floral notes reminiscent of apple and acacia flowers. In the mouth it reveals an elegant wine, well structured. The right softness is accompanied by slight sour note in a balanced way. The aftertaste is perceived ...

24 hours in Florence

A travel blog entry by sojourningsky

3
10

... siesta. So instead we went to a more traditional Italian place and I got gnocchi. We got our stuff packed up and walked to the train station. I said good bye to Daniel and then waited for my train an hour later. From when I got off the train from France to when I got on the train to Venice was literally 24 hours, only about four of which I slept during. Somehow in that time I met good friends, had great food, saw amazing sights and just enjoyed Italy. Let's just say it was a pretty good ...

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