Relais Villa Belpoggio

Address: Via Setteponti Ponente 40/A, Loro Ciuffenna, Tuscany, 52024, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Setteponti Ponente 40/A, Loro Ciuffenna.
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      Travel Blogs from Loro Ciuffenna

      Travel Buddies!!

      A travel blog entry by stazz on Oct 25, 2013

      160 photos

      ... had to hang it on a line!! ha. I became full Italian at that point! lol. It was nice to have a chill day! Sometimes you just need it!

      Day 4 was when Noelle had to head back to London for school. It was so awesome meeting her!! We ended up going to the market that happens on Mondays to get fresh food!! We headed back and Christine and i decided to head to the river and just lay in the sun, read a book, have a snack and soak it all in!! Since the girls had made dinner last night ...

      Cooking up a storm

      A travel blog entry by blood13 on Aug 14, 2013

      23 photos

      ... our chef teacher is quick to point out I am burning off the sugars and ruining the dish. Oops! When we have finished our cooking we head downstairs with our fellow chefs to enjoy the fruits of our labour with a couple bottles of red wine. The conversation is flowing and we enjoy getting to know our new friends. After a lovely evening we are throughly stuffed and enjoy trying to walk it off on the quiet walk home along the ...

      Feels like home!...well, sort of...

      A travel blog entry by sirencall183 on Jun 23, 2013

      13 photos

      ... There were lots of european families on school holidays, which made it busy enough add flavour without queues or parking issues. A great spot to just sit and people watch.


      Florence or bust

      A travel blog entry by aabr on Jun 18, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... visit a city in Europe on Monday, yet it came as a complete surprise that ALL of the museums were closed today. No Uffizi, No accademia and definitely NO DAVID! The kids were heartbroken. Little smiles crept up on their faces as they learned of this tragic event!

      It was already nearing noon when we arrived and it seemed to be hotter than yesterday ( though it didn't seem possible yesterday). We strolled the city and toured the ...

      It's all about the sandwich

      A travel blog entry by ollie.brown on Sep 02, 2011

      From Modena I travelled through Bologna and onto Firenze. The second leg of the journey took me deep through the Tuscan countryside. Unfortunately this statement should be taken literally as 5mins after departing Bologna the train entered at tunnel and save a few 10-20sec bursts of sunshine we did not return to the surface until we reached Florence. All the same, I arrived in high spirits and walking out of the station I was greeted by the sight of ...