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

July 2015

A travel blog entry by hansonj on Jul 15, 2015

7 comments, 31 photos

... and when my brain was over tired, not much Italian thinking happened. August has arrived. Italy is going on holidays and I can't wait to join it. Jane is detouring to visit me in two weeks and we will spend a couple of days in Florence together. It will be a wonderful end to my Italian immersion. We had such fun together last year in Viareggio. Sadly the other "backing singer" is in Sydney. Before very long it will be photos of The Camino and another ...

See ya, Siena! (Although, I loved you).

A travel blog entry by kiyamaria on Jun 09, 2015

33 photos

... sooner than Sarah and Malorie, I knew just want I wanted to do with my extra time. I had been told about a restaurant just near the Ponte Vecchio. It was recommended to my friend by his host. She told him to go to the restaurant and ask for Francesco. Once he met Francesco, he was to tell him he'd been sent by Clementina and needed a plate of food and a glass of wine. He followed her instructions and was rewarded with amazing food and wine, ...

Where the Renaissance Reigns

A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 11, 2015

22 photos

... way to celebrate the glory of the Medicis by comparing Cosimo and the Kingdom of Florence to figures in Roman mythology, and their triumphs. Incredibly, the guide kept asking us to identify figures of gods in the paintings, and without fail, Veda and Garrett were able to recognize them before any of the 6 adults in our tour group. One more reason to thank Rick Riordan for making mythology come alive!

After a late lunch we trucked off to ...

Lake Maggiore, Pisa, Florence

A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 09, 2014

4 comments, 58 photos

... not bees. If you were to taste an olive right from the tree it would taste disgusting, it must be soaked in salt water before it's edible. There are not separate trees for green and black olives, they are green initially and become black as they ripen.

They make 10,000 bottles of olive oil and 120,00 bottles of wine each year. Sage, rosemary, oregano and basil grow wild here and are used in the food they serve in the restaurant on ...

Fiorentina Vs. Verona

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Dec 02, 2013

6 photos

... wine of course), we went to find our seats. Walking into the stadium was such a "home-like" feeling and I felt like I was going to cheer on my Iowa State boys! The bright lights, the cheering crowds, the huge flags waving back and forth, and the smell of hot dogs and beer surrounded my senses. The only difference was that I did not know any of the chants, songs, or screams that they did throughout the game because they were all in Italian. Once in ...