Villa Fabbroni

Address: Via di Panzalla, 6, Greve, Tuscany, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via di Panzalla, 6, Greve, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Chianti Road, and Antinori Winery.
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    A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Aug 21, 2015

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    ... lunch at a small place near where our car was parked, Calzoni and a plate of rigatoni to share, we had to leave half of it, the servings were huge.

    Drove back to the Villa for a siesta and later that evening drove into San Casciano for dinner with Jacqueline and Dennis for our last night in Tuscany.

    What tourists!

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 01, 2014

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    Firstly, I am shocked when I realise it is September, that means we only have a month left!Then, this morning we decided to pretty much throw away the tourist book for the day.It poured rain all night and was supposed to be a beautiful day according to the locals. So we decided to enjoy our home cooked breakfast, a walk and the pool in the afternoon. We would forget being tourists for the day.The breakfast was good and we later walked to ...

    Monday evening, dinner with Carla And Forese

    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... cloth of reds and orange colour with patterns of lemons and fruit and flowers.
    Table was set with glasses and plates cutlery breads oils vinegar's. I know it sounds ordinary, but there was so little space and the inside was so dark, but the set table was just an explosion of colour and style. Really beautiful.
    We didn't take the camera with us, it just felt like it was invasive to snap snap all night in their home. I wish now I did, but at the same time I am glad I ...

    Second day in Florence, walking tour

    A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Dec 10, 2013

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    ... a focus, but all sides were connected by rows that went around the whole dome, a bright skylight in the middle. Christina tooks us to various parts to show us different views of the ceiling. After trying to get a good photo, I just stared. It was incredibly impressive and unforgettable.

    The statue of David was the final destination, so we made our way into the Galleri dell’Accademia. The first hall was full of ...

    Fantastic Florence

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 10, 2013

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    ... Baptistry, in between the tour groups, although these are copies with the originals being in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo. As the Baptistry didn't open till 11:15 we went to the Duomo Museum. This is under restoration and much of it isn't accessible but the two most important parts were - Michelangelo's Pieta (1547-55) and the Baptistry's 15th Century gilded bronze doors. When the museum is completed, it will be amazing as they seem to be rebuilding the ...