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

      Cinderella Day

      A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Jun 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... is for non-vegans only! We had a wonderful cappuccino and then began our trek home. Taylor wasn't feeling well this morning...sinus thing...so Christian and I decided to sweep the floors and then of course we had to mop...sigh where's my pumpkin? After lunch we took another set of linens to the laundromat. It's 95* here...too hot ...

      Italian triptych: Part Two - Florence

      A travel blog entry by quinitch on Oct 25, 2013

      1 comment, 38 photos

      Part Two: Florence, by Dan Brown
      I have an unhealthy appreciation of Dan Brown novels. The man knows how to end a chapter and he does it so well that he has aggressively short chapters just so he can end more of them in cliffhangers. His most recent novel, 'Inferno' is set in Florence, Venice and Turkey. Which was convenient as I was going to visit all those cities. But the bulk of action takes place in Florence so I took it upon myself to scrutinise ...

      Exploring Florence!

      A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 24, 2013

      ... had a theatre and some ancient ruins. There wasn't much to see up there so jumped back on the bus. It was good to have the commentary because we had no idea what we were looking at most of the time! Halfway round we got off the bus and walked back to the city centre where the buses can't get to because the streets are too narrow. We had another nice traditional Italian lunch then kept walking. We went back to one of the squares from last night and climbed the ...

      Bella Italia

      A travel blog entry by vincenttravel on Aug 06, 2013

      36 photos

      ... I decided that I simply wanted to get to Belgrade, and I took a bus.

      Belgrade was cool to walk through for a few hours, but soon I felt like I wanted to get moving again, especially because I had thought of another place to visit: Venice.

      The thing about hitchhiking is that it is unpredictable. Right up until Sofia it was pretty easy, then I got stuck and I had to take a bus. With that in mind I considered taking a bus from Belgrade to Zagreb, but ...

      Market Day

      A travel blog entry by diandron on Jun 10, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... the day just reading the newspaper or catching up on gossip. At the end of the day this again becomes a gathering spot to have a coffee, a glass of wine or a cocktail before heading home for dinner (which we did more than once). In addition, they sell all kinds of stuff like lottery tickets, bus tickets, and multitude of other "grab-and-go" items - kind of like a civilized "7-11" without the gas pumps.

      After a morning jolt ...