Hotel Relais Villa San Bastiano

Address: Piazza castello, 8, Monsummano Terme, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Monsummano Terme

    Tours galore

    A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on May 29, 2015

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    ... where depending on where you stand the Virgin Mary's arm gets longer or shorter. After that we headed downstairs to check out the later Renaissance painters including more Titian and also some Caravaggio (including the shield with medusa's head on it! That was definitely a highlight). There was also artemesia gentileshis Judith killing Holofernes. It was cool to see a female painters work amongst all the great masters. After the tour finished ...

    Addio Firenze

    A travel blog entry by margarnold on Nov 27, 2014

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    ... photographic director and his assistant, and the whole group of family and friends! I managed to get a ringside seat at a lovely little cafe with this great view of Florence, and excellent prosecco! George (who had decided to make the journey by bus, having already worn himself out on that walk a few days earlier) joined me a little later, for lunch. He gave up waiting for the bus, and walked! In spite of my declaration last week that I'd seen enough religious art, I've seen ...

    Hot and Busy Florence

    A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... and melon for us. She introduces us to Massimo, the leather merchant:) We have an orientation tour of the town, past the Medici chapel (this family ruled Florence back in 1500s), Duomo, city arch in the once Jewish ghetto and on to the Ponte Vecchio over the River Arno. The bridge is lined with gold and silver kiosks; the butchers who operated from this bridge were banished so that the Medici rulers didn't have to deal with the riff raff on their travels across the river. ...

    Florence.

    A travel blog entry by kellysusan85 on May 11, 2014

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    ... of social commentary thrown in for good measure. All in all we absolutely loved Florence. It is most certainly a place that I would gladly return to. By the time we were ready to leave Florence, the 5 of us girls were getting along like we'd known each other for years. We had a special Birthday celebration for Bronagh in one of our rooms, including delicious mouse chocolate cake, wine and olives and snacks with some little Florence keepsakes. Now on to Lucca. Ciao Bella's. ...

    Fiorentina Vs. Verona

    A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... bus number 52 finally pulled up. We hopped on and went on a twenty-five minute adventure leading up to the bright lights reflecting from the stadium.
    We followed the crowd dressed in all purple and spent thirty minutes trying to find our group that we were suppose to meet up with. We finally found them and got our entrance tickets. After going through security (which they don't check anything anyways because I saw several people sneaking in ...