Agriturismo Costa Etrusca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... house. Audrey, Esther and I shared a room.
Lucignano itself doesn’t have any attractions, but is close-by to quite a few larger towns. We hired two cars (one for Leah’s family, and one for ours), which we drove from Florence/Firenze, to Lucignano. While we were in Lucignano, we went on many daytrips. We visited Siena, Orvieto, Cortona, Pienza, Assisi and Montepulciano. I particularly enjoyed Siena, Assisi, and ...
... I discovered that the island is known for its clear blue waters and mostly secluded beaches. The terrain is very varied with towering mountains to the west, the flat center with the main towns of Portoferraio and Campo nell'Elba, and the iron rich Monte Calamita to the east. This unique combination of blue waters, green forests, and high mountains is what what makes Elba unique. On any given ...
... the small chapel, with the ceiling only about 2 feet over my head, I felt all those small faces gazing down at me. To demonstrate that I guess I’m still just the “simple” person I’ve always been, despite all my attempts to inculcate some culture into my life, for the life of me I couldn’t get one thought out of my head as I stood under all those babies. “What would happen if they all spit on me at the same time?” Not a pretty thought, on ...
... the day it is packed with tourists come to see the city and taste the award winning ice cream from the main square.
Onto Pisa, this again is hugely popular with tourists flocking to see the famous leaning tower. This is definitely worth a visit due to it being such a well-known landmark, however I have never seen so many school groups and touring orchestras in one place. Pisa would not be the city I would pick to spend a lot of time in when visiting Tuscany, a couple ...
... tasting event for weeks. But we finally did something about it last Wednesday and we signed up for "Horseback Riding Through Chianti" with a student tour group called Fun In Tuscany. (These tour groups really need to think of more creative names.... Florence for Fun, Fun in Tuscany.... they are getting a bit repetitive.) So on Friday morning, we met Niccolo at the train station. Within the first 5 minutes of our walk to the van he invited us to a club. I didn't know if this was ...