Agriturismo Corte Benedetto

Via Pollinelle, 19, Capannori, Tuscany, 55012, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Pollinelle, 19, Capannori, is near Pinocchio Park, Collodi Butterfly House, Villa Reale, and Museo Civico di Pistoia ( Palazzo del Commune).
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    Travel Blogs from Capannori

    Life in Pistoia

    A travel blog entry by scarfy on Aug 12, 2014

    2 photos

    ... mozzies, but we now have buzz off, so hopefully she will be ok now. Its been hot here in the 30's so some cooler weather will be good. We are going to a town called Lucca which is a walled city. Craig and I are taking a bike ride so it should be fun. On Friday its back to Milan by train, a couple of days of sight seeing and then off home. Take care and love to all, Scarfy and ...

    Ready steady cook pt 3

    A travel blog entry by ardingly on Jun 22, 2014

    7 photos

    ... in a place called. Carrara obviously carved from the mountains nearby and has been since Michelangelo got his marble from this area for a few of his major works Finally lucca and I am greeted by a pleasant young Italian that has spent a year working in Western Australia and was keen to share his experience. He ordered pizza from a takeaway and got a pizza for me as well .They have renovated a old three storey building into an b&b which is quite tastefully done so I will enjoy tonight I ...

    Fear Factor

    A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 09, 2013

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... shops selling their local specialties such as lemon soap, limoncello, lemon marmalade and lots of little nic nacks like ceramic wine stoppers and olive oil pourers, lemon printed tea towels, aprons and table cloths, and other kitsch Italiano souvenirs. We wound our way up and around the narrow stair pathways and peeped over private garden walls to get a glimpse of the most amazing terraced gardens filled with citrus trees of all varieties, grape ...

    Week 10

    A travel blog entry by lindsay81 on Jun 27, 2013

    31 photos

    ... up there with the top things we'd seen and done so far. This natural, shear cliff face amphitheatre which marks the border between Spain and France is simply breathtaking. The amphitheatre stands 2000 odd metres, with a number of waterfalls (one falling 420m) and snow all over the place. Lindsay said you get bigger one is the NT. Words can't really describe this place, suffice to say we were surprised we were the only ones there, and shocked that such natural beauty is being missed ...

    Five Lands

    A travel blog entry by rachelcalkins on Oct 01, 2012

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... focaccias or gelato, and hostels and hotels on the smaller streets. The main roads always lead to the sea. Only one town had a beach, which was rocky, not sandy. We still got to spend some time in the ocean before heading back to the hostel to get ready for dinner. We went back to Vernazza for dinner and finding restaurants that have options besides seafood there is a challenge. Each of us ordered first and second courses (this is how all of the at-least-decent restaurants are, ...