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  • Wonderful apartment

    "My husband and I stayed at this lovely apartment for 5 nights. The location could not have been more perfect. You are walking distance to everything really and if you don't feel like walking the Metro is right there and couldn't have been easier. The area itself was beautiful - full of great shopping, restaurants, sights and parks. We loved it. The apartment really is EXACTLY like the pictures. Its small like everything in Paris - but much larger than the hotel room you would get for the same price. It had everything we needed and much more. The decor is modern, beautiful and very french and having the terrace was a lovely bonus. All of the appliances and even things like the hairdryer, washer, dryer and iron were of very high quality. There was an overabundance of linens, towels and supplies. The bed was extremely comfortable and there was enough room for us to unpack and really make ourselves at home. The washroom is definitely a tight squeeze - tiny sink, shower & toilet but because the laundry is in there there is a lot of counter and storage space and we had no problems. Great water pressure. There was a tiny crack in the toilet seat which pinched our legs every single time - not a big deal but just wanted to point it out as the owners may want to look into replacing the toilet seat. The building itself is quiet and charming. A little old & rundown in the public corridors but hey - its Paris. It wouldn't have felt as authentically Parisian if it wasn't and the elevator is a nice bonus to help with luggage even though the apartment is just one floor up. Overall everything was perfect. Sarah (who helped us with the booking) & Emilie (who met us there when we arrived) were lovely, easy to work with, communicate with and we had absolutely no problems. They left us a lovely bottle of wine and were available with recommendations and help anytime. We stay in a lot of 5 star hotels but are hoping to stay in this apartment every time we come to Paris."
    Guest: Danielle T. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014
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  • Breathtaking and Memorable Week in Tuscany!

    "Our group of 7 couples (friends from college) recently concluded a magical week's stay at Podere le Rondini. Nicola, Allesandra, Paola, and their family welcomed us with open arms. After a delayed flight and long journey, we enjoyed our first meal and night together on the 2nd floor porch of Paola's residence. She had lovingly prepared a meal of antipasto, pasta"pici", skewers of pork, chicken, and outrageous sausages. All the while, the carafes of wonderful, red wine from their vineyard flowed. The meal was capped with a slice of her homemade cake and a shot of Lemoncello. The accomodations at Podere exceeded our expectations! The Capacie comfortably housed six couples while a seventh stayed in an apartment tucked behind Paola's villa. Lemon and olive trees with views of Montespertoli and beyond were our landscape. Day trips to Siena, Venice, Lucca, Florence, and the lovely hilltop town of Volterra were all reachable from our villa. Although we enjoyed our travels, the underrated, charming town of Montespertoli was a ten minute drive away. Markets, food, shopping, wonderful restaurants, and evening volleyball games were all available in this modest town. When we come again, we will likely choose to spend more time reading by the lovely (and large) pool and simply taking in our surroundings. To Nicola and Paola...how can we thank you enough for your constant patience and guidance and ALWAYS with a smile! Paola, we will never forget how you prepared a Sparkler cake for us on the 4th of July and how you danced with us to Frankie Valle and the Four Seasons!! You have not only been perfect hosts, but also, role models for how one should live life. We will never forget you and our time at your welcoming villa. We truly hope to return one day soon!!"
    Guest: Jan Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014
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Belgium Travel Tips

Traveling to Belgium Vacation Rentals

Belgium is located in the heart of Central Europe. Tucked away between France, the Netherlands and Germany, it has a relatively short coastline that runs along the English Channel. Ferries provide access from the United Kingdom port of Dover to Ostend in Belgium. This is one of the more traditional and still very popular ways of traveling to Belgium from Britain. For those flying into Belgium, the main airport can be found just outside of the capital city of Brussels. Because of its central location, the airport hosts a vast number of commercial flights on a daily basis. Almost all major European and North American airlines have flights that land in Brussels. If you are planning on touring some of the countryside, it is possible to hire a car. You should, however, be confident in your ability to navigate busy city streets and highways. A very popular way to travel to and around Belgium is by train. While it has become more expensive in recent decades, it is still the most convenient way to get around. There are regular rail links to almost every town, city and village in the country. There are also regular high-speed intercity trains that link Brussels with other major European cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne and Dusseldorf.

Belgium Travel Attractions

Belgium is a country that is centuries old. It has seen many wars, cultural and artistic influences over the years. While it has its own national identity, Belgium is a melting pot of cultures. There is a strong, French influence in the south, and different Flemish dialects are spoken in various parts of the country. Belgium is known for its beautiful architecture and rich cultural heritage. During your visit, you can immerse yourself in visiting museums, art galleries and theater performances. The many museums don’t focus on history alone. There are museums dedicated to children’s interests, art and music, toys, trains and transport, as well as cultural traditions. If you travel into the countryside, you can stop in at quaint villages that still keep to a more traditional way of life. Enjoy a home-cooked meal at a street café while you sip on your coffee and enjoy reading the local newspaper. Many of the homes have picturesque gardens and some towns have canal systems that were once used to foster trading partnerships with neighboring areas. There are many beautiful old churches and cathedrals in a variety of architectural styles. Belgium is a delightful destination for those that enjoy traveling in Europe.

Find a Stylish Accommodation in Belgium

Many of the apartments in Belgium are modern and functional. The city apartments tend to be quite compact but they offer an affordable alternative to hotel accommodations. Rental homes in smaller towns and cities are often old stone homes that have been lovingly restored and refurbished. The homes and apartments tend to cater to smaller families and are ideal for couples or a handful of friends traveling together. Many are conveniently located near bus or train stations so you can easily get around and do some sightseeing. Kitchens generally have a host of modern appliances so preparing meals is quick and easy.

Seasons to Travel to Bruges Vacation Rentals in Belgium

The summer season is the most popular time to travel to Belgium. The season starts from May and runs through to the end of September. June and July are generally the warmest months with the longest days and therefore attract the most number of tourists. If you want to enjoy the cultural sites like the traditional town of Bruges, it is best done in the summer months where you can explore the many attractions on foot.

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