Fattoria degli Usignoli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a full day to enjoy in Florence but were determined to slow down, get some rest and not try to match the cracking pace we set yesterday. The only problem was we had a tour starting at 7:45! We had to get a taxi to the tour office and once we'd identified where we had to be, then had coffee and croissant at a caffe around the corner. This tour was expensive but was advertised as a small group experience. There were only five in our group as we were joined by ...
We're in Florence! We left Rome this morning and managed to figure out how to take the train to Florence. We got to the next convent and took a walk around to eat some more amazing Italian food and see the sights. We are pretty close to the Duomo which is incredible! After some rain and canasta, we went out for gelato and some strolling the streets of Florence. ...
Next stop, Florence. To be honest, we hadn't given Florence much thought as we had been so excited about visiting Paris and Engelberg, so today felt like a bit of a come down as we exited our much loved snowy paradise. It may have felt like a come down, however we were just coming down to the normal high that we had been experiencing so far on our journey. Upon our arrival to Florence we realised that we had another city and country to fall in love ...
... outside the tower, we proceeded to the tower. It was €18 to get in the tower, €72 for all of us, Mum and Dad decided that only me and Mum go up and Dad and Matthew stay down on the ground. We had a session at 3:15 so set off to look at some of the markets surrounding the Tower. Of course we didn't find much of anything at the markets and as it was getting close to 3:15 so we sat down on the grass. It was almost strange ...
... of the words for "agriculture" and "tourism" in Italian. I booked it for several reasons: it got great reviews on Tripadvisor, it was located close to a train to Florence, also is a central location in Tuscany for exploring the region and Jan grew up on a farm and I thought she'd enjoy the authentic nature of the hotel. They do make and sell their own olive oil and wine, and the olive trees and grapevines surround the property and add to the ...