May 08 2008
Last year, as my 30th birthday present to my boyfriend of four years – we took a trip to Italy. It was my second and it was his first. He has never traveled outside of the U.S. so he was super excited. We had a tour that would take us to Florence and then to Rome by train. The trip was amazing. I didn’t remember Italy was that beautiful from my last visit. Florence became my favorite because it’s such a friendly and romantic place.
Unfortunately, the relationship ended and I am now single. I still dream of going back to Italy and maybe staying longer than the mere 9 day trip that we took last year. I should look at Villa vacation rentals apartments in Tuscany. I fell in love with Tuscany (Tuscany is one of the regions in Italy, Florence being its capital) while in Florence. I would love to go back and stay for two weeks doing absolutely nothing but enjoying the sights, the history of this great region. Maybe some kind of a farmhouse that would simply let me experience how good life was when everything was simple.
Le Torri Villa, is a 13th century Tuscan farmhouse, is administrated by the owner-family. This gorgeous medieval Villa is entirely made of stone, cured in every minor details. The Villa is subdivided in apartments 2 bed and 4 bed, a few minutes from the artistic Tuscan city centres; Florence only 25 minutes. Open all year.
The Villa is subdivided in 9 untis; 5 two-room 2 people and 4 three-room 4 people. The apartments are refurbished to excellent standards throughout. Each apartment has terracotta flooring, exposed oak beams and stylish rustic furniture.
In a welcoming office on the ground floor, guests can pick up bus timetables to Florence, internet service, phone, reservation museum, package tours, information outlet, map and information of the city arts, wine cellar visits and details and reservation of local restaurants.
Saturday 07.30 p.m. Welcome buffet from April until October everything home made.
Doesn’t that sound good? Okay – gotta go! I have to look for any friends that would love to come. Ciao!