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  • Magical corner of Tuscany

    "There are places that meet expectations and then there are places that raise the bar so high that they will forever provide comparison of the perfect holiday. Such was the case this fall as we came to call this Tuscan villa home for nearly three months. We are a family of four with two teenage daughters that wanted to find a place to experience the magic of the Tuscan countryside. And we could not have imagined a more idyllic location. The villa is set on a hill, about a kilometer from the village of San Gusme It is surrounded by endless rolling acres of sangiovese grapes. Enjoying the views of distant Siena at sunset became our daily routine with a glass of Chianti. The grounds are full of olive groves, fruit trees and open gardens where we would picnic, pick free figs, and relax by the pool. The villa is located on an enormous Villa d'Arceno vineyard estate. Wild pheasants would cross our path on morning walks. The vineyard workers would wave as they passed. And the peaceful solitude and scenery were truly magical. The house itself is spacious and comfortable, and clearly lived in and cherished by the owners who were friendly, attentive and gracious hosts. It's cozy, clean, light, and well provisioned (there is even a vintage proscuitto slicer!) It is a rare find in a special place that we will long to return to. If you go, be sure to find the hiking trail into San Gusme, and spend at least one evening at the Porta de Chianti restaurant where Augusto will work magic with steak and pasta."
    Guest: ScottbyBike Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: December 28, 2014
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  • Каникулы у Бруно

    "Хочу выразить огромную благодарность гостеприимству Бруно и Виктории. Я и мои друзья забронировали 2 аппартамента в августе 2014 года. Мы жили в Стелла Блю - это квартира на втором этаже, состоящая из 2-х комнат, кухни, гостиной и ванной комнаты. Шикарный вид на море открывался каждый день из окна гостиной. Ближайший магазин 1 км от дома, вполне можно прогуляться пешком. Напротив дома скалистый пляж, вход в море только по лестнице, я Бояско это 2 км пути хороший песчаный пляж. Место будет привлекательно тем, кто не хочет проводить свой отпуск с большим количеством туристов, рядом нет отелей, место только для "своих". Бруно ответит на все ваши вопросы, подскажет где можно вкусно поесть пиццу или поужинать высоко в горах. Также по всем вопросам можно обращаться ко мне. Бруно, СПАСИБО тебе! Катя"
    Guest: Ekaterina R. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: December 9, 2014
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  • A Great Find!!!

    "Jeannette's apartment in Paris is a gem!!! We feel very fortunate to have found such a spacious and well appointed apartment and hope to return soon. Her apartment was truly a home away from home. I could tell she visits her apartment often because she has everything you might need and was clean. This property has a large living and dining area with windows facing the street and great wifi signal. The small second shower and second toilet are a real luxury in a Paris apartment. The neighborhood is very residential and quiet with lots of quaint restaurants, boutiques, pastry shops, a cheese shop, a charcuterie, a wine shop, art galleries, and coffee shops selling the best ice cream "Berthillon". At night you will not hear the typical noises of any large city because the Ile de St. Louis is very residential and surrounded by the river Seinne on both sides which protects it. This priviledged location in one of Paris' most expensive neighborhoods is very practical for a tourist, you can walk, take a cab or taxi to almost anywhere in the city. We love to walk on streets of Paris and on the banks of the Seinne so depending on the area of the city we were visiting we would take a bridge out of the Ile de St. Louis or the Ile de la Cité and be on our way. But if you want to take a cab you can call one that comes directly to the apartment or walk a few minutes to the Taxi stand on Ile de St Louis by Notre Dame Cathedral. There is a small childrens' school playground in front of the apartment but it was not a problem for us at all, we enjoyed listening to the happy sounds. If you are in the dining and living area with the windows open you can hear them playing and singing during recess, but if you are in the kitchen, bedrooms or full bathroom you don't hear them. If you need total quiet in the living and dining area you can close the windows. The apartment has great cross ventilation because it not only has windows to the street, it also has a door to the outdoor terrace and windows that open from the bedrooms. The kitchen is large for Paris standards and is very well designed and thought out. The pots and pans are stainless steel. We had all the kitchen equipment that we needed and lots more. There are supermarkets close by. A block away there is a tiny grocery store that has a surprising selection of items. Jeannette was always extremely attentive and helpful. The quality of the property and level of service exceeded my expectations."
    Guest: Eva G. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014
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Denmark Travel Tips

Visitors to Denmark Vacation Rentals

Like most other European countries, Denmark has a rich cultural and historical heritage. The cities are adorned with varying architectural styles of the centuries. Cathedrals and city squares are standard features in most Danish cities. People who enjoy exploring museums, palaces and ancient cathedrals will really enjoy visiting Denmark. It is also a destination that has numerous outdoor sports on offer. If you are more adventurous, you will find many activities to keep you entertained. Denmark is a great destination for families. There are several amusement parks and landmark attractions that are designed specifically to entertain the younger generation.

Seasons to Stay at Denmark Lodging

Many of Denmark's cultural attractions stay open throughout the year although the peak travel season is during the warmer summer months. The summer season starts in May and temperatures generally stay warm until early September. The warmest months are June and July, and these are also usually the busiest months in terms of visitors. Another popular time of year to visit is during December when Copenhagen and other cities are alight with festive Christmas cheer. Colorful lights adorn the streets and the Christmas markets are great places to go shopping.

Denmark Travel Attractions and Activities

On the cultural side, Denmark has a rich Viking Heritage. At Alborg, you can visit the ancient Viking burial site. The town also has a magnificent castle, monastery and beautiful cathedral. The Viking Ship Museum can be found in Roskilde which is just a short drive from Copenhagen. Here, you can see the remains of five authentic Viking ships that were recovered from the Copenhagen harbor. There are also interesting exhibits about tales of the Vikings and their exploits.

If palaces and castles are what you want to see, you will find many of them in Denmark. In the center of Copenhagen is the Amalienborg Palace which is the winter residence of the royal family. Each day at noon you can witness the changing of the royal guards. The royal summer palace is Marelisborg Palace which is located at the seaside town of Arhus. When the Queen is not in residence, the grounds are open for visitors to tour. When in Arhus, another must-see is the Arhus Theater which puts on performances throughout the summer season. Another famous castle is the Kronborg Castle which is referenced in Shakespeare's story of Hamlet.

Denmark is a destination that inspires imagination. In the Copenhagen harbor is the statue of the Little Mermaid from the stories of Hans Christian Andersen. This famous children's author was born in Odensee. Here, you can visit his childhood home which has been turned into a museum.

Traveling to Denmark

Denmark is the southernmost of the Scandanavian countries, located in the northern part of Europe. The country is made up of a large peninsula that juts out into the North Sea among a number of smaller islands. The capital city is Copenhagen and the country's main international airport is located just five miles southeast of the city. Copenhagen has good air links with most major cities within Europe. Direct flights also operate from several of the major eastern cities in the U.S., such as New York City and Washington DC. Denmark is also easily accessible by road and rail from mainland Europe. The nearest major European city is Hamburg in Germany. There are intercity trains and major highways linking the two countries. Denmark also has a suspension bridge with a road link to the southern part of Sweden. Once in Denmark, it is quite easy to navigate your way around. There are efficient public transport systems which negate the need to hire a car. However, if you prefer to have your independence then car hire is available in most major cities.

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