Villa Poggio di Gaville

Address: Loc. Casellina, 28, Cavriglia, Tuscany, 52022, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Loc. Casellina, 28, Cavriglia, is near Prada Outlet (Space), Volpaia, Vignamaggio, and Chianti Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Cavriglia

    Relaxing and cooking in Italy

    A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jul 08, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... and mozzarella. We both really enjoyed having some lighter food, since whenever we go out to restaurants we end up eating a ton and everything is really heavy. Then we took a nap. That seems to be what the Italians do in the afternoon, so we figured we should follow their example. Just before dinner, we walked into town again to get capuccinos and a few more tomatoes since we were running low. And for dinner we made sausage pasta with bell peppers ...

    We're in Italy

    A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jul 06, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... these narrow winding streets looking for it. We finally got so lost that we asked an old man watering his garden if he knew where our house was. He didn't speak English, but he called his wife out and she helped give us some instructions. Finally, we found it.

    Our little house is perfect. It's actually bigger than our apartment at home (just a little bit bigger) so we have plenty of space and a nice ...

    The birthplace of Renaissance

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... 8364; per can

    Romain had to cook the fresh pasta in water and heat them in the microwave as there is no cooker in the hostel. When the pasta is ready, then he put the sauce in and heat again. Seems troublesome, but definitely doable. We had tortellini with tomato base and tasted really good. The restaurant sells the pasta for at least 10€ for bolognaise sauce excluding the taxes. We paid too much for not-so-good pasta in Venice so we didn't want ...

    Veni, Vidi, Vici

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 18, 2013

    36 photos

    ... for some reason, the outlets here fried my weak little American charger.

    Anyway, after that, we were off. After about two hours of driving North through the quaint Italian countryside, we made it to Florence and (surprisingly) found our Hotel, Villa Carlotta, without any trouble. It is sort of a bed-and-breakfast layout: a multiple story house with bedrooms, a lounge area, bar, restaurant, and courtyard. I like it, though it is quite a ...

    Bella Italia

    A travel blog entry by vincenttravel on Aug 06, 2013

    36 photos

    ... is this contrast more striking than in Venice, where you can literally be shuffling along in the masses, take one side street, and find yourself all alone. Of course, other than in most cities, the side streets in Venice are highly likely to be dead ends.

    In the city I met two girls who are actually from Venice. This is pretty rare, since Venice hardly has any real inhabitants left. Nowadays, lots of people commute from the mainland and the economy is ...