Agriturismo Pratovalle

Address: Creti di Cortona 41, Cortona, Tuscany, 52044, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Creti di Cortona 41, Cortona, is near Badia.
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      When time passes too quickly

      A travel blog entry by mariaklonhammer on Mar 07, 2015

      1 comment

      ... base-jumping on repeat, we had to listen to the strangest mix of music I’ve heard in a long time and the waiter forced Jasper to eat two desserts he both didn’t order after which he tried to charge us more than twice the price of our dinner. After this wonderful experience, we wandered around the beautiful city of Budapest while I got to listen to the endless amount of entertaining stories Roith and Jasper had to tell.

      Taylor and ...

      Beautiful Cities of which I've Never Heard

      A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 20, 2015

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      ... the nine leaders would decide verdicts) was filled with art that considered how both a good and evil government would be portrayed. The best part about the room could only be seen on a sunny day, where the window would only ever illuminate the good government, always leaving the evil government in the shadows. Bravo to whoever devised that genius.
      The next morning we left Siena behind to explore more of Toscana. To make up for our ridiculously busy Friday, we had ...

      Two busy days

      A travel blog entry by jayton on Sep 17, 2014


      Today we went with Peter and Jenny and Sophie and Alan to the monastery where St Francis of Assisi lived. It is,as are all the monasteries we have visited, in an out of the way difficult to reach area. It is quite large but very little of it is open to the public.

      We left there and were to go straight to the central tower of Cortona, the last line of defence. ...

      Under the Tuscan Sun

      A travel blog entry by poweringon on Aug 24, 2013

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      ... br> We had this on our last night and were joined by the guests staying below, five Canadians from Toronto. Alessando speaks great English but Rita only a few words so there was lots of sign language and google translations. Rita's 85 year old Mama joined us and brought all the fresh fruit and vegetables from her garden as well as their own olive oil and homemade red wine.
      We had:- 5 different bruschetta- tagatallie with fresh black truffle ...

      Day 14

      A travel blog entry by kezza12 on Jun 01, 2013

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      ... that their belongings etc still exist today.

      In the museum is a deed to a property, which is one of only a few examples of Etruscan writing. The item is priceless and was found nearby, it was on metal, but folded, and one piece is missing, who knows why??

      It is a fascinating glimpse into an ancient world and makes you think about where we sit in this big ole world of ours, we're just a dot on its horizon and in this time frame..