Via Brusciana 4, Empoli, Tuscany, 50057, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Brusciana 4, Empoli, is near Church of San Lorenzo, Laurentian Library (Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana), Teatro Studio, and Villa Delia.
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    Travel Blogs from Empoli

    Tour of Cinque Terra, Big Day but glad we did it

    A travel blog entry by markkathleen on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... how can they DO THAT? We had an exceptionally clear day today, which allowed us to be able to take the planned boat ride back to the southernmost village. The Sea was calm and afforded us great views of them from the WATER as well. On the two hour bus ride back to Florence, Mark was asking me whether I wanted to do this tour or that tour next....I suggested perhaps he could give me some time to wash the sweat off my body from today's tour before we consider another, ...


    A travel blog entry by dejadoo on May 08, 2013

    1 comment

    Drove northward from Rome to Florence. Our first stop was to the famous Michelangelo statue of David generally acclaimed as the finest statue of all time. Originally this figure was intended to be installed quite high on the cathedral so Michelangelo modelled the hands, head and a certain other part (remember this is a nude statue) to be rather larger than life so the statue would look in proportion ...

    Rocking the Renaissance

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 02, 2012

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... The afternoon sun
    burns hot here, and the morning is a great time to explore in
    first stop this morning was a small cafe for a quick and cheap
    breakfast, before grabbing our Florence cards at a local TI and then
    making our way to the Accademia. What better way to start a visit to
    Florence than with a trip to its most famous symbol: Michelangelo's
    David. Our Florence cards let us breeze past the line and walk right
    into the ...

    School Day: Time for some homework

    A travel blog entry by allansineurope on Mar 25, 2012

    1 comment

    A rest day turned into a catch up day. Kids got to sleep in and relax in the morning and then catch up on some journaling. Rome was crazy busy and they needed time to take in what they had learned in Rome before we start the next leg of our journey in Tuscany.

    Lots of naps today for David and I.

    David took the kids out for a short drive around the countryside. They found a castle. They ended up in Empoli, the bigger centre in our area.

    Rome was most definitely not built in a day

    A travel blog entry by luciferm on Sep 16, 2011

    ... did for Brazil, his home country, was incredible and it's lovely that it was noticed and is still respected by the rest of the world.

    Headed afterwards to Siena and then to Florence. Italy may not have the kind of views that you get in Switzerland, but that doesn't make them any less stunning. I'd have thought it's extremely difficult to find 2 towns as beautiful as Siena and Florence so close together anywhere else in the world. Siena lacks attractions but makes up for it ...