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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Travel Blogs from Casole d Elsa

Cinque out of cinque

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Aug 31, 2011


Not a 'G'day' or a 'bloody oath' have I heard for a very long time. Apart from two very brief phone calls with my parents, I had truly not spoken with another Australian for six weeks. There were benefits to this in forcing some level of effort with my Italian, but I was starting to go mad, second guessing that certain people were speaking ocker when they were in fact speaking neopolitan dialect. Sigh. So today when I jumped on a bus for a day hike ...


A travel blog entry by maureenspivey on May 15, 2011

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... Pisa and we stopped for a great first lunch at a local B&B off the secondary roads. The waiter wanted to sit us with some other tourists (American), but we asked to sit with the locals and it was terrific food and wine.
We got on the road again and this time found PISA just off the highway. What a site and so much bigger than we thought.
We were a ...

Five Towns

A travel blog entry by tidolu14 on Oct 10, 2009

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... the southern most of the five towns. As soon as I got there it felt unique. Narrow alleys full of stairs leading in every direction, obviously helping me get lost on the way to the hostel. Luckily for me a cute old Italian lady poked her head out of her door and directed me, in Italian, which way to go. I didn’t understand a word she said, but it got me to where I was going.

The hostel that had ...

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by timandtoni on May 04, 2008

Well here we are...............finally! After a couple of whistle stop detours due to not being able to get any accommodation we are here for 3 full days of sun and not much else! Cinque Terre is a series of 5 villages on cliffs set up high with amazing views. They are linked by walking tracks (the major attraction) and railway lines (and of course roads), however no cars are allowed in any of the villages. We spent our first two nights in Riomaggorie the largest ...