Cerbiatto

Address: Vicchio, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Vicchio, is near Mercato di San Lorenzo and Ombretta.
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Travel Blogs from Vicchio

Florence

A travel blog entry by salinatravels on Sep 25, 2014

... shop for leather this time , some success, and headed to see "The David" by Michelangelo. The unimaginable labor to create this piece boggles the mind. A million chisel strokes, each one meticulous , no duct tape allowed, and the result a masterpiece that will last for a. 1000 years. From a guy who has trouble putting a post in straight, it was a extraordinary sight. I love the Italians. ...

Friday...or is it?

A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Jun 06, 2014

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This morning we went hunting a bombolini...donut. Found it, ate it and then stopped by our favorite fruit/veg lady for some tomatoes, melon and an onion. I took a picture of her shop. On Thursday evening the Florentine English newspaper comes out with a schedule of what's on the coming week. This issue also contained a tear-out with a sort of scavenger hunt. It was a two block area that we were not familiar with so took up the challenge. It was really fun and ...

Revisiting Florence

A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Oct 25, 2013

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... then continue on to cross the Ponte ale Grazie to reach the lovely parks around the Piazzale Michelangelo. When we walked straight down the Via dei Tornabuoni, we could cross the Arno on the Ponte San Trinita to visit the Pitti Palace, with its famous Boboli Gardens, and the old Santo Spirito church. So we did all if that! We stopped in the Piazza Santo Spirito for a tasty lunch and enjoyed watching ...

Ahhhh, Tuscany

A travel blog entry by kateanddrew on Aug 24, 2013

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Currently sitting on our terrace with a glass of red wine, blue cheese and olives overlooking the river and watching the sunset, ahhhh, Tuscany. Staying in Florence at the moment which is another beautiful city, packed with famous artwork. Saw the statue of David, the birth of Venus which were both so beautiful. We have seen some amazing art on our travels, but today ...

“LES TOURISTES!!”

A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan on May 24, 2013

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... that is until we realised a) we had to pay, and b) our footwear was highly unsuitable).

Whilst the main low light was the fact that our toilet wasn't reachable for a good 24 hours (bar some serious acrobatics) the second lowlight was that on our first day in Florence, there was torrential rain. This wasn't just for half an hour or so, it was the entire day, coupled with a nice helping of thunder and lightning. The difference between walking ...