Agriturismo Il Vello d'Oro

Address: strada di Poneta, Barberino Val d'Elsa, Tuscany, 50021, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on strada di Poneta, Barberino Val d'Elsa, is near Church of Sant'Agostino, Hills and Roads, Organic Tuscany, and Castello di Monsanto.
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Travel Blogs from Barberino Val d'Elsa

Day Eighty Four

A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Nov 15, 2014

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This is when you know you have found a good group of friends. Their idea of a wonderful Saturday is planning and doing a gelato tour of Florence! We went to 5 different places and tried sooooooo much gelato!! We had planned to go to 10 but by the 5th we were sooo full of gelato that we have decided to finish our tour on a different day. I was able to work off most of the gelato I had just eaten because after the tour I met with my ballet workgroup again to practice ...

The beautiful city of gelato

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Sep 27, 2014

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... pedestal and from that angle, all should be in proportion. Apparently 2 sculptors tried to carve the statue. But gave up, before Michaelangelo succeeded. The statue was completed in 1504 and placed outside the Plazzo Vecchio (where the now fake David stands). There were a couple of other rooms here. One full of plaster cast heads and the other a few paintings. These rooms were a lot less busy! You really only come here to see one thing - and that was quite obvious ...

Palazzo Davanzati and Villa Petraea

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 19, 2014

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... so that the courtyard is bathed in light. It has a massive chandelier, plus deer heads scattered around everywhere. So very OTT !! The guide was a little unimpressive, obviously wished we would hurry up so she could get back to whatever she was doing before we turned up! When we got back to Florence we saw the aftermath of the storm that hit while we were at Castello. We thought it was bad - lots of rain which ...

Day 6 - Firenze (Florence)

A travel blog entry by paigejasonitaly on Nov 27, 2013

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... to a local trattoria to enjoy a nice Tuscan lunch of caprese and faggioli e tonno (tuna) salads. Once we finished our delicious lunch, with Chianti the local table wine, we ventured on to Florence's most popular Duomo.

Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore is a massive, gothic cathedral. Its facade is made of elaborate pink, green and white marble. This is truly the most magnificent church we have seen thus far. Fortunately, entry is free. When you ...


A travel blog entry by kerra on Jun 29, 2013

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... or whatever. Crabbiness seems normal, at least some of the time. I also felt a bit lonely at the beginning and missed friends and adult company. The next month we all settled in and got used to our travel groove. I'm used to the things I have to plan every day, I'm happy being on my own, and we all know what we need to do. It's really nice and we are all getting along well. Now we are almost 2 weeks from home...and not only do we have more fun things to ...