Hotel Villa Belvedere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Belvedere San Gimignano
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... country life off the most beaten tourist paths, and discover delightful flavours and ancient traditions.
A genuine farm where you can start your emotional journey through culture, history, art, and typical flavours.
Guests are offered a unique opportunity in Tuscany: besides wine ...
... we finally reached our agritourismo around five o'clock. Tired of riding the vans and facing the assembly of our bikes! Not always the easiest of processes - especially for those of us who are not mechanically inclined . . :-). And we did have a few issues . . . Barbara's back brake did not work (minor issue). Tom forgot to bring the skewers for his wheels. Fortunately he had some old ones he ...
... a ristorante with a view over florence, Fiesole is up the hill from florence. Caught the bus back down after lunch.
I was limited to what was open today, it being monday, but some of the palazzo gardens were open so I walked over the river across the Ponte vecchio to the bardini gardens and the boboli gardens. Finished off the afternoon walking around those, the bardini had outstanding views of the duomo but the ...
... system. His son is the local chef in the restaurant and his daughter welcomes us to the villa and later the restaurant.
Michael heads for a dip in the accommodation's pool to shake off the morning's earlier frustrations and then we relax on our balcony, to watch the sunset and soak up the Tuscan atmosphere.
The next day we take a visit to San Gimignano old town. Such a quaint old town and well preserved. From there we head to the nearby town of Sienna, ...
... Duomo, which is spectacular from the outside with the the gorgeous green, pink and white tiles. Take a little visit inside and this is where it lets me down. For the grandeur of the outside and the red dome, the inside is very plain as far as Italian churches go. Next on the list is the Duomo Museo, where Ghiberti's doors, The Gates of Paradise, are housed. They are huge and used to be on the Baptistry, but to preserve them they ...