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Agriturismo Florence, Verona areas?

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We will be driving from Ravello to Seefeld Austria, 2 days with an overnight stop in between. I had been planning to overnight in the Dolomites, but wise Fodorites convinced me that doing that would make for a very very long day.

So, I have been looking for an Agriturismo somewhere between the area around Florence, or up to the area around Verona.

This will be my brother and his family's only chance to see other parts of Italy (we are staying in Rome, Ravello, Seefeld Austria, and Prague)

I would like a really nice Agriturismo with great views, and one that serves dinner. A pool for my nieces would be a plus, but not a deal breaker.

Not really interested in areas around Lake Garda as we will have just come from Ravello, would really like a broad sweeping vista, olive trees, vineyards as "Tuscan" as possible.,

We might stop somewhere on the way from Ravello to the Agriturismo, but once there we would chill out, drink wine, eat dinner, and hopefully be looking at gorgeous views.

I've looked at some places in Fiesole, as the nighttime view of Florence would be special for them, most of the ones I like are too pricey except for one, which I emailed, and am still waiting for their reply.

So please help with suggestions of areas/towns to research, or a specific recommendation if you have stayed in the area.

THANKS!

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