Il Colombaio di Mariva Benucci

Address: Loc. Colombaio, Casole d Elsa, Tuscany, Italy | Villa
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This villa is located on Loc. Colombaio, Casole d Elsa.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Il Colombaio di Mariva Benucci Casole d Elsa

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Casole d Elsa

    "You may have the universe if I may have Italy."

    A travel blog entry by spoonball on Aug 11, 2011

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... out opinions on others’ dishes as well.

    We then wandered the small town, dodging tourists, visiting the church and checking out the shops. Most of the throng was dressed in swimming suits and many were, shall we say, underdressed. The shops had little to offer.

    We boarded a train back to La Spezia to meet up with Marco for our last bus ride ...


    A travel blog entry by carnold on Oct 08, 2010

    14 photos

    ... sort imaginable. Our guide book told us that where we saw these locks lining fences that they were a sort of fad with Italian teenagers thanks to a young adult novel where the two protagonists write their names on a lock and close it together in a meaningful spot believing that it locked their love together and that they’d never be separated. Well of course now every teenage couple has followed suit and lined the Via del Amore with signed locks. Eh, ...

    Hiking Cinquee Terre and A Lazy Day

    A travel blog entry by knitrosvoyage on Jul 11, 2009

    Are second day of Cinquee Terre started with some a *************, do we stay an extra day, or head out on the latest train to go to Rome a day early. After our first day in paradise we decided that this would be a great place to take a break from the rushing around seeing the sights that our trip has been thus far. We went got the apartment owner to reduce our rate by 5 euro per person and got some breakfast items at the local market.
    After breakfast ...

    A Birthday in Florence

    A travel blog entry by sarge on Feb 24, 2005

    5 photos

    ... venue. The owner, Roberto, was a very congenial Italian man with a savvy business mind. I asked if we could get a good deal on an open bar and the discussion twisted and turned until we had agreed on hefty supply of Chianti that would last the night for friends and family. Roberto sealed the deal by pouring complimentary glasses of the different vintages for us all ...