Hotel MonnaLisa

Address: Via Lamporecchiana 27/29, Vinci, Tuscany, 50059, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Vinci

    'Verderrci, Vinci and Volterra

    A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 12, 2015

    5 photos

    ... through, around, and over the hilly country side, well, you end up with something akin to riding a rollercoaster, albeit a smoother ride than any roller coaster I’ve been on. My father of course loves driving here. Our first stop of the day was Vinci. This required a short drive west, followed by a much longer drive south and up. As we climbed into the foothills, the road following the contours of the mountains perfectly, we were shocked by the blade-like protrusions ...

    The Ligurian Coast and Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Jun 05, 2014

    2 comments, 146 photos

    ... down a bit and wandered around. It's the hometown of Leonardo da Vinci so lots of stuff about him and souvenirs.
    We set off the next day for Florence (Firenze) and found a hypermarket on the way. We had to take a number and line up at the fresh bread counter to buy some focaccia bread (they sell it by the kilo) and the lady gave us just as much again to sample. Huge aisles filled with pasta of every shape and size, not to mention the fresh range, and they had bulk wine with ...

    Finding Armenia

    A travel blog entry by megandave on Apr 09, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... where the long queue gives away the otherwise insignificant entry location. We have again asked our hotel to make our reservation and so go straight through and with one left turn are looking down the gallery to the atrium under which stands one statue of David this morning bathed in a glow of morning sun from the glass above. It is still amazing no matter how many times you see it. This is the first visit for Vanessa so she patiently puts up with all ...

    My first month in Florence

    A travel blog entry by ljean on Sep 29, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... cannot cross the street. The only exception to this are controlled crossing areas in a few busy intersections. Between big gaps of bikers the police and volunteers let a few people cross at a time. Look at this from a student/ Florence resident perspective. I need to go to class, the grocery store, ot maybe just want to visit my friends apartment. I once waited a half hour in a line to cross the street. I also leave like an hour early for class before they set up the street barricades ...

    In Florence

    A travel blog entry by while on Jun 04, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    This morning I get up early to stand in line for the Accademia. It opens at 8.30, I'm in line by 8, and I'm in before 9. Much faster than Vatican experience! The David statue is indeed very detailed (and very tall); you can see detail such as veins standing out on an arm or hand. To me it was almost even more interesting to see Michelangelo's unfinished 'Slaves'. It seemed that the subjects were trying to battle their way out of the marble. One side would be a rough ...