Il Santo

Via Melazzano 3, Greve, Tuscany, 50022, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Melazzano 3, Greve, is near Organic Tuscany, Castello di Monsanto, San Cristoforo, and Fonte Dei Serri.
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    Travel Blogs from Greve

    Greve in Chianti

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... e about. It's Sunday morning. Mosts shops don't open and many people are at church. From about 10.30am the church bells started ringing every where in earnest.. Before that there weren't so many bells. We were near a church at one stage and a nun went riding by on her bike and a few minutes later the bells started. Obviously she just made it in time.
    Anyway, town was wonderfully quiet and late morning Phil found a gelati shop with ...

    Monday evening, dinner with Carla And Firense

    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 07, 2014

    ... eyes think this is a small serving, just don't listen to the tummy . The wine and conversation was brimming, although we couldn't speak the language with Carla and Forese, they still chatted to us like we could and with hands and eyes and nodds and stuff we had pretty good conversations. Steve was great very interested in the wine industry, how it works, sharing how Australian wine industry works. Simone works in a vineyard so he was very interested in the ...

    Roosters, peacocks and boars, oh my!

    A travel blog entry by jtran on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... bubbly and it got nicer from there. We learned a bit about the Chianti wines and the black rooster that has to be on the bottle and the wild boars who come and eat all the grapes. Roosters, peacocks and boars, oh my! Tomorrow we are on the road again, a long journey by train, all the way to ...

    Pisa & Lucca

    A travel blog entry by louielou on Aug 18, 2012

    14 photos

    ... a few of the tower of course (no silly holding it up pictures though haha). I then headed back across the river to the train station (found out later that I could have just gone to the train station right near the tower but oh well) and caught a train on to Lucca, which was about 30 minutes away. Getting off the train in Lucca it was insanely hot, definitely the hottest it has been since southern Spain. Lucca is famous for its old walls that surround the city, on which there ...

    Villa Fabbroni

    A travel blog entry by schwartzpa on Jul 01, 2012

    23 photos

    ... and rip it apart for God knows how long. It is unlikely that the place would be open even now. Agriturismo or agriculture tourism makes this nice villa possible. The government gives a tax break to keep these places open, with the stipulation that some percent of their earnings comes from running the land. This villa, like many of the others, grows grapes and olives and sell the wine and oil. All of this was of little interest to the kids, as the pool felt ...