Agriturismo Il Vello d'Oro

strada di Poneta, Barberino Val d'Elsa, Tuscany, 50021, Italy | Hotel
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Day 6 - Venice to Florence

A travel blog entry by masters2013


... sites of Florence.
Like Venice, the weather was not great, although it was warmer and dry on the day we arrived. After checking into our suites we headed out on foot. That afternoon we took in sights of the Duomo Florence, Piazza Signorina with its statues including a replica of David - the original located in the Ephisi museum - and crossed the Arno river on Ponte Vechio - the bridge of gold, so named because it ...

Hello Firenze

A travel blog entry by jonesadventures


... br> We stopped on the way back to the apartment at an internet cafe (on our convenient) to print out our museum reservations for tomorrow.

We still had plenty of daylight and were so excited to see the city, so we set out walking. Once across the river and in the heart of things, we stopped for gelato. Hannah got nectarine with a little sliver of watermelon and kyle got raspberry. It tastes like ...

Sorrento to Florence

A travel blog entry by nancypatout


... sort of barbecuey). It was delicious! After dinner, we wandered around for a while looking for a bakery that we had seen earlier (and never did find it) - dad and I finally gave up and had gelato, then mom found a blackberry tart. Florence is amazing - the Duomo with the dome and the bell tower are just so beautiful. We stood and just sort of looked at it for a while right before sunset - its impossible to describe what this experience is like in just words and ...

Day 5 - Exploring Florence

A travel blog entry by nrlogan


... rotation up the interior of the dome. It was an insane experience with a couple hundred sweaty, out of shape strangers. Once you pop out of a 3 foot hole at the top, there is a fabulous platform where you can enjoy a 360 degree view of Florence and the hills of Tuscany - well worth the hike! Needed some food after that adventure, so I walked across town to a nice outdoor cafe and enjoyed a break in the shade.  Met a couple in their 40s who where ...

Amo l'Italia by Dawson McPheson

A travel blog entry by swapassbureau


One of my absolute favorite places to visit is Italy. In 2007 I was fortunate enough to live in Florence to attend a university. Not only did I eat amazing food, meet wonderful people, and learn some of the Italian language (which I sadly butchered), I also experienced a fascinating culture with roots dating back to the ancient Roman era. If I can take one thing away from time in Italy, it ...


This hotel, located on strada di Poneta, Barberino Val d'Elsa, is near Organic Tuscany, Hills and Roads, Church of Sant'Agostino, and Castello di Monsanto.
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