Morning Views of the Chianti Vineyards

Morning Views from Tuscany- Villa in the Italian Countryside

Morning Views from Tuscany- Villa in the Italian Countryside

One of the highlights of our trip earlier this year was definitely these views from our Airbnb in the Chianti region. It was incredible to wake up every morning, breathe in the aroma of fresh herbs and flowers growing in the garden, and look out at the vineyards. This gorgeous Airbnb tucked up in the hills outside of Florence was our first stop after enjoying a sweet time in Malaga with Tim’s parents (read that full recap here!). If you are ever in the area I would highly recommend staying here! The host was incredibly kind with the best Italian hospitality. We all agreed it was the best Airbnb of our trip.

It’s always nice to vary pace on trips and take it slow every once in awhile. We enjoyed an entire week at this gorgeous villa. Soaked up the sun by the pool. Ate breakfasts and lunches outside. It was incredible! I hope you enjoyed seeing some of the pictures- they are super late but better late than never right? I could not keep this gorgeous view to myself!

Stay tuned as I continue sharing little snippets from our trip. I definitely learned my lesson on this last trip when it comes to blogging, and on future trips I’m going to try to do better at blogging as we go so I don’t have thousands of pictures to post!

Thanks so much for reading!

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2 Comments

  1. Kimberly McHugh
    September 15, 2017 / 5:30 PM

    Any time is the right time for sharing trip photos and tips! It’s good you enjoyed the trip and saved the posting for later 💗. I loved the lovely house…you picked well! It was great to have access to the private pool and incredible gardens with those Tuscany views. But most imortantly…look how cute you are in your pj’s! Any photos of that perfect caprese salad you threw together as we were rushing to pack up and head to Venice?

  2. Kelly
    October 27, 2017 / 3:38 PM

    Hi Monique, its Ms Kelly.. 🙂 Love your pics! My grandmother was originally from Florence.. Would love to go and visit..Perhaps I can meet up with some “distant” relative or two!

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