Villa Cafaggiolo

Localita Cafaggiolo 34, Pontassieve, Tuscany, 50100, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Pontassieve, is near The Mall, Accidental Tourist, Gucci Outlet, and Truffle experience in Tuscany.
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    Travel Blogs from Pontassieve

    Fiat 500 Tour

    A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on May 02, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... how they are made and where they grew (which was right in the front yard!). We had such a great day and couldn't thank the guide enough for sharing his knowledge with us. I wish I could remember his name! The weather turned bad for the rest of the day and ended up pouring down on our way home. We went out for dinner at Fusion again. Our new favourite restaurant! The food was just as amazing and it was a nice finish to such a fantastic ...

    A Casual Trip To Florence!

    A travel blog entry by newromanticx on Jun 22, 2013

    17 photos

    ... we took, venturing into little side streets and heading towards the river and the bridge! I picked up some presents for my fiance on the way as well, a fridge magnet and postcard! We ended up in a park (which cost us 5 euros) - it was totally worth visiting this place as it was HUGE and you could get lost there for a whole day, down the various paths, in the museums and looking out over the magnificent view of the city that it gave!

    From here we headed back to the ...

    Musee Galileo

    A travel blog entry by while on Jun 05, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... tedious, but then the panels with landmasses were illustrated in extreme detail by hand before being carefully applied to the globe. Some of these things were a meter diameter. I did spend some of the time there frustrated by the lack of detail provided on exhibits. There was little about how each thing was used, what it was used for, or how it was made. The labels just said 'astrolabe' and left it at that. Videos provided a bit more for select items, but too ...

    Mighty Colosseum, then onto Florence

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 23, 2013

    31 photos

    ... thanking our amazing teacher, Miss Poulten, I let her know that she had changed my life dramatically and opened my eyes to so much. I know I am going home a better guy with much more appreciation for my life and the knowledge I have learnt on this trip. Not to mention how much I have missed my amazing family. Some things we take for granted and sometimes it’s small things that can open our eyes to the bigger picture in life. I just can't wait to see my family, I think I'm ready to go ...


    A travel blog entry by leoste on Nov 01, 2012

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... making a killing this weekend. On the occasion of Halloween a high percentage of people go back to their home towns to pay their respects to the departed; called the day of the dead. The result is that all roads were in a state of traffic jam and we were in it! Point to note for future travels; "don't travel on public holidays" in Italy on major roads.....! Arriving in Pontassieve at our new abode , "Leonardos Rooms" home for the next two weeks, we were greeted by our ...