Villa Le Sorgenti
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... more about wine than ever before!! Truly wonderful. We tasted three beautiful wines and stayed for lunch at Rinuccio 1180 – named for the first ever recorded Antinori ancestor!! Our lunch, al fresco, was light as we knew we’d be dining on a bistecca Fiorentina for dinner. So, I had the ravioli (house made pasta naturally) stuffed with rabbit in a rich, albeit simple, sauce. To die for!!! I pared it with a chianti ...
... at all). I did and the Italian bar man was so blown away that he gave me free drinks for a bit then discounted ones. I eventually had to stop drinking so I didn't end up on the floor. It was so typically Italian. I think they are passionate people like that. Glad he loved my voice and it was so lovely of him to give me those alcoholic gifts. He was a real sweetheart. :) I think I fell slightly in love that night-that is a joke ...
... of the tour.
In the afternoon we had a rest and then went to see the Cathedral of Florence, Cathedral di Santa Maria del Fiore, the bell tower an the Baptistry. These are covered in white, green and red marble and very impressive. The dome on the cathedral is one of the largest in the world and was constructed without the use of scaffolding due to the clever design of the bricks and the way they are laid. There is a ...
... last time our family came to Florence. Last night, we went to Buca Mario, and I can confidently say that it is one of my favorite restaurants in the world. I had veal and my mom had lamb and we shared a bottle of the best wine from Montepulciano, which is where we're going wine tasting this week, and a plate of fried artichokes. Sorry to my doctor, but I think your "liquid diet" is BS. It was the best meal I have had since I've been in Florence. It was great for two ...
... our destination, I became more alert and was ready to explore. As soon as we got out of the train station, we walked to our hostel. This place is literally 5 minutes away from the train station and it's awesome! We checked in and went straight to our room to settle down. Once settled, we went exploring. Note: Florence is very walkable. We walked everywhere!
First stop is the Duomo. This is ...