Agriturismo Antica Villa Poggitazzi
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... place a fair chance. Still, I would recommend the Bardini Gardens for the horticulturally inclined, which, although significantly smaller than the Boboli, are much more tastefully landscaped and exhibit a far wider range of flora.
Alright. Bourgeois aside done.
Actually, not quite done with the Bourgeois thing. In fact, just getting started. I haven’t even gotten to Tuscany yet. After a couple days in Florence, my family ...
... watch, and had to giggle when a group of 5, well dressed, elderly Italians arrived with a poodle which just sat under the table. Someone spotted it being given some medication (maybe that's how they keep their dogs so well behaved indoors?!). Dinner was delicious. We all chose a pasta dish and followed up with desert. We left very content, after some heartfelt New Year's wishes from Silvano. And we were sure to tell him how lovely Maria our ...
... decorated - maybe too classy for us. After giving us a tour of the place and some instructions, he shared with us a booklet that his wife Stefi put together as a guide. He said that his wife is German, almost apologetically, to explain the detail which included a map with color coded guides to their favorite places to eat and drink. I appreciate German attention to detail! Although no matter how detailed the map it's easy to get lost around ...
Today we had our first day excursion and rode the bus to a small, hilltop city. After experiencing the medieval city's relaxed atmosphere, it's safe to say that Siena stole my heart! The amazing views and abundance of gelato made for the perfect Italian ...
... s famous Duomo as we were living close by to it. It is an iconic structure and probably the most easily recognisable landmark in Florence. Also the fact that it stands in a large square almost smack bang in the center of the city means that most visitors will encounter it somewhere along their travels. The duomo of Florence is built in a different design to those found elsewhere, with exteriors of white and green marble, and the famous done in orange and brown tiles. Eight large ...