Agriturismo Antica Villa Poggitazzi
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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9.7.15 Day 1
Slept in today from the long drive the day before. We went out and walked next to fiume Arno and briefly stopped at the Galleria degli Uffizzi and look at some statues. Continued through the busy, people filled, streets to the Ponte Vecchio. The ponte was an extension of the street with shops on both sides ot the ponte. These shops were all designer gold and silver jewelry and watch ...
... to be in the United States just for this moment. I wanted the football food and my friends and I wanted it to be like last year's Super Bowl party, but with a little bit of redemption on my part...I was just craving America. I chose to leave at half time because it is currently 4AM and I have class in 4 hours and I knew I could stream the rest of the game from my computer, so one could say I'm responsible.
... fresh prosciutto bruschetta, a great bottle of Chianti, and various classic pasta dishes to ease into our Italian adventure (lasagna, tortellini, pasta with meat sauce). Even though I'm not much of a dessert eater, we all contemplated what to share - this restaurant had an incredible selection (we saw the most fresh blackberries with fresh whip cream and some little cookies to scoop up the whip cream next to us). However, we all decided we needed a little walking before dessert. ...
... to view the sunset from Piazzale Michaelango, it's high vantage point is a draw card for so many to sit and watch the afternoon turn to evening and a stunning sunset over the city and the River Arno....beautiful can't wait til tomorrow...I luv Florence ! Had so many places to visit and all captivating. San Lorenzo markets totally encompassing all cuisine. We decided on dinner in tonight after seeing the FRESH ...
It was good we had moved inside, while we were tasting, it started to rain. Rain or no, it was time to move on to our next stop: lunch! We loaded up and headed to Panzano to eat at Dario Cecchini's butcher shop. (I moved to the front seat but still got carsick on this drive -- again, Dramamine - also if I had eaten more I might've been better. But I survived.) On the way to Dario's, Bernardo coached us on what to expect from Dario, the "crazy" butcher and ...