Agriturismo Il Poggio Alle Ville

Loc. Le Ville-Mucciano, Borgo San Lorenzo, Tuscany, 50032, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Loc. Le Ville-Mucciano, Borgo San Lorenzo, is near Mercato di San Lorenzo, Archeological Etruscan Museum (Museo Civico Archeologico delle Acque), Mugello Circuit Race Track, and Roberta.
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    Travel Blogs from Borgo San Lorenzo

    Food tour of Florence

    A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 25, 2014

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    The food tour was excellent. At least this time it wasn't a solo tour. This time there was an Aussie family with kids 6,12 & 14 - the older boys were keen to be allowed strong coffee and wine for the first time. All the kids loved it, we tried Arabic and robusta and finally a civet bean which I have to say I rejected a cup on ethical grounds as the civets are kept caged - is it really worth it for a smoother roast? I will eat veal as frankly bull calves are killed at birth ...

    Next Train out..

    A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on Feb 14, 2014

    1 comment, 116 photos

    ... also the only farm/ranch in Tuscany (and maybe all of Italy?) available for kids & handicapped to come enjoy and learn about the animals. (They tried to get a therapy license but Italy doesn't see it as so..) The host explained how many of the kids don't even recognize the animals as what they are when they come. Example: there is a cartoon here of a violet cow. The kids couldn't accept the cow they had as truly being a cow because it wasn't purple.. sad. As already stated, ...

    Florence

    A travel blog entry by the4wades on Sep 19, 2013

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    This morning woke to find we had no power, Daz and Louis took off to go to the cafe with wifi to contact the owner but before they left they found the switch that had tripped and made it good. Once we all had showered and had breakfast we went out to explore. First stop was the tourist booking office to book a Ferrari all day tour tomorrow for Louis and Dazza and for Saturday a full day for all of us to Tuscany, Pisa, San Gimignano and Sienna. After that we wandered a ...

    Fantastic Florence ;)

    A travel blog entry by adamcarly on Jul 25, 2013

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    ... Boy: it is horrendously hot here. Not helped by the fact that the hostel has no air conditioning. This being said, I have thoroughly enjoyed Florence so far. We were lucky enough to do a tour called Florence for foodies yesterday, highly recommended by a few of our friends. It started off at the home of michelangelos David. This was incredible, the highlight of my Florence experience. The sheer size and detail of the sculpture cannot be ...

    Day 16

    A travel blog entry by kezza12 on Jun 03, 2013

    18 photos

    ... kiwis!

    Next we looked to find the Ponte vecchio, one of the most famous bridges in Florence. Our soggy quest took us through the Piazza del Repubblica, where there are the most amazing statues, including a copy of Michelangelo's David. It's a copy because the real one is housed inside the Academy in Florence, but it is where it would have been placed by Michelangelo, and is in front of the door of the governing people of Florence, it is believed this is so ...