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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    Travel Blogs from Cortona

    Montisi and Hot air ballooning

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Jul 28, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    One of the highlights of the trip so far was our morning ballooning with Chris and Claire from "Ballooning in Tuscany". We had an early start (5am) to be down at the launch field for 5.40am and then we took off at about 6.30-6.45am on a beautifully sunny morning with fantastic views over the Tuscan countryside - the pictures hopefully do it more justice than any description I can ...

    Under the Tuscan Sun

    A travel blog entry by slough on Oct 15, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    We spent a week in Cortona, Italy in a beautiful villa thanks to the generosity of Ken and Sally. The villa had 7 bedrooms, gorgeous grounds and a driver assigned to take us wherever we wanted. Joining us on this trip were a group of friends all linked through AGIFORS (an operational research study group Greg was part of) and all were retired ...

    Cortona to Orvieto - Day 23

    A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Sep 07, 2013

    3 photos

    Day 22 Weather: Clear, sunny and hot I left Jack at the hotel after breakfast - he wanted to listen to the football - and I went for one last stroll around Cortona. Being Saturday, it's was market day and traders had set up in both Piazza Signorelli and Piazza della Repubblica. I bought a couple of small presents at one of the genuine Italian traders (most of the other stalls were cheap Chinese imports) then sat down to enjoy a coffee ...

    Food & Drinks

    A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 28, 2013

    ... you don't want any. In general, when you are sitting down at a trattoria, restaurant, or cafe, just take your time and don't worry about how long the service takes. The server will get to you when he/she can, and unless you speak the language, there's not much you can do about it. And remember that if you expect the same level of service as the US you will probably be sorely disappointed with every meal. Tipping We have not left a tip anywhere. We've read a lot of different ...

    Sarcasm chasm

    A travel blog entry by oclc on Mar 18, 2013

    You know what is a disaster? The fact that foreigners don't get sarcasm. Back when I first arrived here Jessica (the girl who was the au pair before me) told me that she thought that sarcasm was a solely British thing and I think she must be right. I keep thinking of slightly sarcastic things to say and then thinking "nah, they won't get it". It's a travesty that other cultures miss out on this humor (which I believe, contrary to popular ...