Address: Via Di Castello, Barberino Di Mugello, Tuscany, 50031, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Di Castello, Barberino Di Mugello, is near Villa Medicea di Cafaggiolo.
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Travel Blogs from Barberino Di Mugello

Quiet Day Renaissance House & Trip to Supermar

A travel blog entry by msdiozzi on Jul 29, 2014

... home that has been recently restored. It was only 2 euro to get in. Jake and Jeanne were free. Very intriguing rooms with items from the 14th and 15th centuries, such as cooking items, pottery, personal effects and even shoes. It was very amusing to imagine living in such a house and in circumstances that required you to defend your home from being broken into with a battering ram. Very reassuring to know that the holes in the floors could enable you to throw rocks ...

Mother's Day in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by mashfam on May 11, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... so flags were flying, people were wearing their colours and there was even a marching band. As well as this, it was market day and "kids on bikes" day, so quite a happening place for a quaint medieval town. From here we moved on to an organic farm, growing olives and grapes, raising their own beef, making wine and serving all these at their restaurant where we had a very nice lunch, including very generous wine tasting. We then headed to San Gimignano, ...

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Dec 01, 2013

4 photos

... Stephanie's. Later that night we all went out for pre-dinner margaritas and later made our way to "Cantina La Giostra". Upon arrival we all had complementary champagne and got to sit in chairs covered in huge white fur pelts. Talk about THE BEST authentic Italian food that I have eaten in all of Italy! I had spinach and ricotta cheese stuffed ravioli and of course a glass of wine. I am officially a lush for good Italian wine and I plan on bringing home a ...

Best of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by sblady on Jul 19, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

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Well it seems that in the 1400's Pisa was exacting high taxes on salt to the Florentine merchants so to spite them they started making bread without salt, saying they didn't need it since the prosciutto, etc. was salty enough. So to this day, no salt in the bread here. Ok, a 600 year old grudge?!

This morning we had an 8:30 reservation to see the David, Michaelangelo's masterpiece. We left early and got there when the museum opened. What can I ...

Day 20: Transitioning again

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jun 19, 2013

69 photos

... wrought iron table covered with tile in this romantic setting to enjoy dinner. The menu board is all in Italian of course and Paulo engages another guest who speaks some English to help us discuss Harvey’s lactose intolerance and the menu options without milk. We’re really not sure what we agreed to order, but there you have it we give it a go. We’ve ordered an antipasto that comes with prosciutto, salami, cheese, bruschetta, and some ...

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