Podere Le Pialle

Address: Via di Galiga 20, Pontassieve, Tuscany, 50065, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via di Galiga 20, Pontassieve, is near Castello del Trebbio, Villa Gamberaia, Costello di Nipozzano Winery, and Olmo.
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    A travel blog entry by georgie.dow on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... bacon and gluten free roll for breakfast made it better. Had an official walking tour in Florence and then some free time which was spent shopping at h&m (yay new clothes) and then having pasta for lunch - gluten free carbonara, was so ******* excited when he said he had gf pasta!! :D Then we were back on the bus to travel to Rome! Arrived in Rome and were dropped in the streets to go on another walking tour. Chris' favourite city is ...

    On the Pisa

    A travel blog entry by stewyfromnewy on Oct 31, 2014

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    ... is ridiculous, the Medicis supposedly fostered the Rennaissance but someone must have paid dearly. My random wanderings took me two Piazza Santa Croce, which housed a mini European community. The was open air markets for all things euro. So I end up eating German sausage and drinking Czech beer at a bar which was playing AC/DC and the Blues ...

    To Florence

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... even one side in. It was also remarkable for its bright multi colours. Ang was a bit cool outside late tonight, although it was 18' at midnight. It was the first night Craig had been out at night in longs rather than shorts, but that was more to dress up a bit. We've already noted more small pubs here than anywhere else we've been in Italy, where pubs have been scarce and people drink at cafés and restaurants. We wonder if there are young Americans ...

    Uffizi? U Bet!

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... br> Another thing that surprised me was the scale of it all. Some paintings comissioned by the Medici were over 10 meters wide, and needed special rooms to be constructed for them. Some of the other pieces brought to the collection was also huge. Now I understand why many of the religious paintings are pointy at the top, that's where the ceiling was in the church! They would cover the entire end wall, 20 feet or more tall.

    The ...


    A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... arrived at Florence's central railway station and after a shot walk to the Academia we met our local guide for the day, Mike, an American who has lived in Florence for 13 years. Despite having a pre booked group ticket we still had to line up for about 20 minutes as a cruise ship had arrived and the Academia had overbooked. Once we were inside, though, it wasn't too crowded and we had a good view of Michelangelo's statue of David. It is quite amazing ...