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Lungarno Del Tempio 42 / 44, Florence, Italy
Cala Piccola, Cala Piccola, Italy
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... chill on the beach, or something. I am still learning my limits. The first day out of Nice I went through Monaco and into Italy. Three countries in one day…that’s a first! Lovely coast and the transition into Italy was not very noticeable to ...
We tried to make an early start as today we have to get ourselves to Italia. As I don't have a passport at this time we cannot use airplanes. My passport is still with the visa agency in Holland. So we travel by train today. Our friends went out of their ...
3rd-5th August Its Mandy hear, I'm giving Pete a rest as we have a few blogs to get through. We planned to go to Rome and the Amalfi Coast near Naples but after the craziness of Cinque Terre and Grossetto we decided to head towards Florence and ...
... we ended up splitting the vacation into 10 days in Central Europe (see July 31 entry) and 1 week in Florence and Tuscany. We chose Italy in December because Amsterdam doesn't get much sun in the wintertime, which can be depressing. Italy is close ...
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Via della Ciarliana, 25/A, Montepulciano, Tuscany, Italy
With the spirit of an elegant boutique winery, Tenuta Valdipiatta is pleased to welcome visitors who wish to acquire a deeper knowledge of wine and Extra-Virgin Olive Oil production process. To let our guests enjoy the time spent at Valdipiatta and to satisfy all the expectations connected to a high-level tourism, we develop different types of entertainment. We are always at our guest€(tm)s' complete disposal in order to satisfy any personal request.
Via Papiriana, 2, Massa-Carrara Massa, Tuscany, Italy
The Castle, a feud of the branches of the Malaspina del Ramo Fiorito holdings from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century, is of great importance historically, and above all, architecturally. The construction of the massive fortress, which merges with the underlying sandstone rock so the whole structure seems carved in stone, began in the second half of the twelfth century.
Porto Santo Stefano, Tuscany, Italy
Viale Pisorno 60, Tirrenia, Tuscany, Italy