Il Cerretino

Address: Via del Trebbio 2, Borgo San Lorenzo, Tuscany, Italy | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on Via del Trebbio 2, Borgo San Lorenzo, is near Castello del Trebbio, Villa Gamberaia, Parco di Villa Demidoff, and Costello di Nipozzano Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Borgo San Lorenzo

January 13, 2015

A travel blog entry by elina.paul on Jan 13, 2015

2 comments, 21 photos

Today was my 2nd day of classes! I started at 9 am with The Art of Florence, which is an Art History class! I seems very interesting and my classroom is UNREAL. There is an attached picture! Then at 11 I had The History and Culture of Food in Italy. I'm really excited about that class. I feel like i'm going to learn a lot about the Italian culture and how they appreciate their food. The field trips for the class also look really cool. Then Shelby and a ...

Day 2: Florence & Pisa

A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 14, 2014

22 photos

... One of the coat of arms hangs above the staircase of our apartment. The rest of the morning included us navigating the Florence streets to see the Duomo (4th largest church in the world), Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistery with its' famous bronze doors, and Ponte Vecchio. During this time, Simona shared great stories about the culture and traditions of Florence. We also asked her favorite type of local olive oil and she told us she buys olive oil annually for her family of ...

Fiesole , the nearby hills (Florence)

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on May 25, 2014

1 comment

... rise the more beautiful the views, this time of verdant hillsides studded with villas, all ochres and burnt reds and sienna's, the ubiquitous pencil pines, olive groves, some large fig and loquat tress and many more.20 minutes later we arrive at the main piazza of this very small town with a small, closed (you heave a sigh as does Jonny) Duomo and few people around. We just head through the little central square along the small main road and walk soon to have un obstructed views ...

Next Train out..

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on Feb 14, 2014

1 comment, 116 photos

... map and immediately asked if we liked ceramics. Nodding our heads she took us and gave us a tour of the building. The walls were rich with history of the 13th (?) century. She took us upstairs where we met the mayor (yep, that happened within our first hour). Very sweet man. She took the map and showed us where to eat and told us to walk to a farm where we could stay the night with her friend Lucca. Following her directions we headed to the farm.

We arrived at a small ...

First Days in Florence

A travel blog entry by hudsonbethany on Sep 02, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... stones are green, red, and white to represent the different areas of Italy. We also walked to the Ponte Vecchio, the only bridge to last all the wars. This is where the majority of the beautiful pictures of Florence and the river are taken. I have never seen such a sight. As you cross the bridge there are jewelry stores on either side. The first night we had a dinner and orientation meeting with API. The dinner with on a rooftop that had an unbelievable view. Later ...

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