Il Casello Country House B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIl Casello Country House B&B Greve
We were late in arriving but were welcomed warmly.Julia and Govani are wonderful host and the B&B is great! We opted for a 1 week stay and I am sorry that the time is ending!
I highly recommend this B&B, you nwon't be sorry!
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... What a great surprise and a great way to get back into it - a ride through the Tuscan countryside.
Danilo also has three dogs and a 50 year old turtle, so the kids are in love. The turtle, Gabriella, likes biscotti.
We are managing to understand some Italian, (Paul's high school Italian is coming in handy), and the kids are noticing the similarities between both French and Italian. ...
... years old! Michelangelo took three years to carve this statue of David finishing in 1504.
I am fascinated by this statue and the detail displayed whilst working with marble. Phil was amazed by the size of the statue, having envisaged a work of approx size to a human. Phil now also knows where I have set the bar for a toned body.
This was my highlight in Firenze!
Out of the gallery we found our way further into town to join a bike tour I had found at the ...
... we read the timetable right. Then other people showed up, phew. Bus trip to Florence is OK, it's a big comfortable bus so we bounce along, hoping we will get off at the right stop. And we did.
Steve was better minded to find the art gallery , more so than yesterday, we braced ourselves and found the gallery ok, we had pre-booked the tickets, so into the pre-booked line, got to the counter, no you have to go out the street to another window to ...
... streets, with cars and motorbikes fighting for room amongst all the tourists crowding the streets.
We had a delicious dinner in a small ristorante. Best ravioli I ever had! And then the thing I was most looking forward to - buying a delicious gelato on the way back to our apartment and squaffing it down while strolling through the streets. Yum!
... Aren't I so romantic? Well, the Duomo too could be climbed to reach the main dome at a mere 463 steps. To keep the tradition going, you can bet your bottom dollar that I made Lorraine climb all 463 steps. While she thinks I'm hinting at her lack of physical exercise, I really just wanted to see the 360 degree view of Florence. You can see some pictures attached of the unreal view at the top and the questionable way of how we got to the top!