Hotel MonnaLisa

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

    The Ligurian Coast and Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Jun 05, 2014

    2 comments, 146 photos

    Heading for the coast, we went winding down through the narrow roads to Cengio where we stopped at an Aire beside a river for a couple of hours, before going on for an even more stressful few hours of driving through Savona and Genoa. The kamikaze scooter riders, cars parked everywhere, buses, pedestrians and cyclists who obviously think they have divine protection all combined with narrow windy roads in not much of a better state than those in Romania, made for a nail-biting ride. It ...

    A wet day in Florence

    A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Oct 05, 2013

    32 photos

    During the night I was awoken by thunder and lighting which went on for much of the night. In the morning I could hear gunshots, which would have been hunters going after wild boar. It rained heavily and was still raining when we got up in the morning. We had planned to go to Florence today, but now were not sure. I checked the forecast and it was 100% chance of rain until 3:00 and then 90%. The days ahead did not look good either. Anyway, the rain had let up a bit, so ...

    The Law of Threes

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 11, 2013

    3 photos

    ... had the place to ourselves and breakfast items were refreshed.

    We had a walking tour called "Original Florence" that began at 9:15 and ended at 12:30. Our favorite highlights of the three hour tour were:
    1. Rich: I enjoyed the side streets which gave us a peak of what Florence looked like during the Medieval years. Some of the buildings had supports that were holding them apart so they wouldn't fall into the street. It was ...


    A travel blog entry by amykaboo on May 04, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Florentine home on the edge of the city. The owner was sweet and told us everything we needed to know. I wanted to tell her to put on a few stone, her body was so thin it could snap like a breadstick. The next few days were spent wondering the streets of Florence. The jewellery mile, the river, the piazzas, the side streets, pretending to be David in photos- the usual. We walked and walked. We visited SO many galleries and museums. The ...

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    A travel blog entry by hcarr13 on Jun 21, 2012

    ... I just think it’s so cool that they have so much trust. Back in America, you wouldn’t touch that horse until you paid the full amount of the trip straight up. I just find it funny.

    On Sunday, we woke up and went to Cortona for the day. We took the train ride there and knew that from the train station, it was a short bus ride into town…however, we did not know that buses didn’t run on Sundays. Luckily, there was a cab at the station and it took ...