Cabbiavoli - Fienile Arancione

Address: Via del Vallone 53, Florence, Tuscany, 50051, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Organic Tuscany and San Jacopo.
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Fabuloso Firenze with Fabio'n'Rosalinda

A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 13, 2015

1 comment, 110 photos

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After a bit of window shopping at D&G and Chanel, on the way to The Accademia , we passed through The Piazza Della Signoria. It is Florence's central square and was the original home of MichaelAngelo's David for centuries. A real sized replica is here , along with other amazing sculptures and fountains.
MichaelAngelo's David is just breathtaking. The detail of anatomy, muscles, and veins are so real, it is hard to believe ...


A travel blog entry by fwyatt on Sep 01, 2015

5 photos

... for months leading up. It did not disappoint that's for sure. The sun was shining and the surroundings were just like the pictures. We had a delicious fresh marinara for lunch, again with the mussels (loving it) and tried the famous pesto from this area in Italy yummo. We then walked the streets of this tiny town and it was just so Authentically Italian, clothes hanging from windows high up, narrow alley ways and ancient discoloured walls that showed a history of ...

Montepulciano to Firenza

A travel blog entry by bevdavies on Jun 07, 2015

43 photos

Woke to beautiful sunrise and the view out our window is typical of Tuscany!! It is so beautiful here recommend a trip here. We hiked up to the Grand Piazza and had the usual coffee and croissant filled with apricot jam, I could get used to this!! While others were enjoying their coffee I slipped down to Signor Contucci's winery again to see if he was open at 9 on a Sunday morning. I peaked around the corner ...

Too Many Steps Up...

A travel blog entry by nick.lattner on May 11, 2015

2 comments, 23 photos

... that dates back to the third or fourth century. Please note, if a crypt is not a crypt don't label it a crypt on the map, call it a crypt in the audio tour, then explain that it is actually not a crypt. We were able to walk through what was left of the old floor plan and see some of the ancient tombs.

After the church we grabbed a sandwich, which has become one of our favorite things to do for lunch, and headed over to Santa Croce. We stopped at a delicatessen shop and got ...

Welcome to Italy

A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 24, 2014


... 10 minutes between the Spiez-Brigs leg, but after waiting for a few minutes at the track, it was announced there was a mechanical issue and the train would be 30 minutes late. Had it been on time, we would have had a lengthy 33 minute layover in Brigs, but now it was going to be a very tight 3 minutes. I checked with the ticket counter, and they assured me that we would make the Briggs-Milan train. When we arrived in Brigs, we and most of the other ...