Borgo al Cerro
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We arrived in Tusacany and settled into our apartment "Il Borgo di Cerro" near Casole d'Elsa. This little jewel is located between Florence and Siena, which would allow us to visit both areas without having to travel too far. We were surrounded by rolling hills, olive trees and fields of vineyards. It was beautiful. They opened the pool on our second day and the kids decided to jump in. Of course, the water was freezing. Luckily, the property was huge and the ...
... a creator of excellence, but as someone who acknowledges that excellence already exists.
The museum also had a modern art exhibition, which was disappointing in contrast. As Himanshu noted, while the modern art was conceptually interesting, the execution was way to simplistic and crude, and lacked the hard work, depth and attention to detail we saw with the masters. We also ...
... the reserve was a richer and was more solid on the palate. We were then given a dessert wine with traditional biscotti. To dip or not?! We both tried dipping but much preferred them separate as the biscuit tasted to alcoholic and lost its nice taste. We could have stayed there all afternoon sipping wine. Our guide gave us half an hour to explore the grounds and visit the cellar door. We perched ourselves atop a stone and took in the countryside feeling rather content ...
... is STILL the city's town hall, even after hundreds of years! One of my favorite things about Florence is that tons of artwork is just outside for anyone to look out. The Piazza della Signoria is full of these! It has a copy of the David in front of the Palazzo Vecchio (where it used to stand), Ammannati's Fountain of Neptune, Giambologna's Rape of the Sabine Woman, and Cellini's Perseus with the Head of Medusa. On the way to the Uffizi, we stopped at the Ponte ...
... were closed but it was gelatos for the girls and a wander around the alleys which didn't take long as it's very small.
Then it was back to the villafor lunch and the girls spent the afternoon in the pool which we again had to ourselves, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed