Fattoria La Torre

Address: Caselli al Sole, Reggello, Tuscany, 50066, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Caselli al Sole, Reggello, is near The Mall, Gucci Outlet, Gucci, and Gianfranco Luzzetti.
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    Travel Blogs from Reggello

    We're Going on a Jacket Hunt

    A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Aug 25, 2015

    ... way back down and across the river again. We looked at a few shops then we tour separate way from Unre and Brad, planning to meet up again later. Then the fun began! We set off on our mission for my leather jacket. I think we must have looked in every store in Florence. I definitely found a style I liked and was sure on getting a brown one. By the end of the afternoon I had found two I really liked. Both of which were slightly above the budget. We ...


    A travel blog entry by ckp on Nov 27, 2014

    14 photos

    <>DAY 17, UFFIZI THANKSGIVING DAY<\b> Thanksgiving was fun. Art. A long walk to soak up the Firenze vibe. A visit to a cathedral. A few hours in the fantastic Uffizi gallery. Dinner with family in a bright red room. Family pix with the new selfie pole. So, what is a selfie pole? See below. I'll add our Thanksgiving selfie when Nina has time to send it:-) <>SELFIE<\b> Smart phones Begat selfies Taking one's photo at arms length Anywhere ...

    A day of Davids

    A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Sep 25, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... these things that is hard to explain. You need to experience it. We spent some time enjoying the beauty and form. The we moved back up the hall were there are a series of unfinished statues by Michelangelo. These were given to the Medici family after Michelangelo's death and until fairly recently were actually displayed in the grotto of the Pitti palace (where we exited the Vissari Corridor last week). These were really interesting as you could see how he was working ...

    Rome and Florence

    A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jul 25, 2014

    ... as it had small bits of bread already soaked in the soup. It was pretty awesome. We looked around a local market, and leather is a big thing here. So many stalls had handbags, belts, wallets and jackets. I bought a cute quill and ink set. Unfortunately, there were some downsides: we had to walk to the hostel in the rain, and it had very steep stairs for us to climb with our luggage. I think we ...

    Charming Florence

    A travel blog entry by nandinisomu on Dec 26, 2013

    4 photos

    ... of Santa Maria del Fiore, next to it is the bell tower by Giotto and in front of it the Baptistery of San Giovanni. My son insisted on climbing the Bell tower, it had 414 spiral steps which my son found pretty easy to climb and ran up whereas I had to stop multiple times to catch my breath before reaching the top. The view from the top is a full 360 degrees overlooking a sea of red tiled roofs which is quite amazing and the ...