Residenza di Campagna Montelleri

Via dei Pini 1, Vicchio, Tuscany, 50039, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via dei Pini 1, Vicchio, is near Mercato di San Lorenzo and Ombretta.
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    Travel Blogs from Vicchio


    A travel blog entry by grandpadavo on Aug 31, 2013

    Breakfast from nearby cafe brought to room Visited Uffizi Gallery - had coffee/strudel at terrace cafe at gallery Horse and carriage ride around narrow streets Took Christian back to hotel while Gini and Nicki did some shopping. Washing to laundromat then on to dinner at restaurant with gluten free menu Lisa had told us about - Gini enjoyed spaghetti with seafood followed by creme caramel - beautiful setting next to magnificent old ...

    Va bene va bene hi ho hi ho off to scuola I go

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... selling scarves, bags, tshirts, belts, and more and more of the same looking goods in different booths, as they are stocking for their new day. There is nothing so beautiful as the duoma minus the tourists in the cool and quiet of the early morning. When I live in Florence starting July 20, I may just make the Duomo an early am ritual. I have yet to go inside and that will likely be best early am as well.

    I will write more later but want to post pictures and sign off today!

    Art, art art

    A travel blog entry by inhovea on May 04, 2013

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... massive palazzo, also beautiful. Here we saw all the great artists. My favourite would have to be Primavera by Botticelli. There are miles of paintings and sculptures. The view from the top floor and out on the terrace are amazing too. The Uffizi is very crowded, with lots of tour groups. The tour leader stops in front of one of the major attractions with her group of about 20 and gives them a detailed study. This makes it difficult for the rest of us. The large verandah ...

    E.V.O.O. The nectar of the Gods.

    A travel blog entry by dclites on Nov 16, 2012

    11 photos

    ... She inadvertently kept insulting us and our tastebuds. No hard feelings. I'm sure if I grew up with Italian Olive Oil, my taste buds wouldn't reject the taste, nor would they like "defective" tasting Olive Oil.
    I also have no note how gorgeous the surrounding fall countryside looked- it was stunning. I wanted to stop the bus and fill up my memory card with pictures ( sadly I didn't even get one :( ...

    My Return to Europe

    A travel blog entry by btutterow on May 27, 2012

    6 photos

    ... it.

    After our tour we went to dinner, where our first problem arose. The waitress didn't speak English and we had no idea what we were ordering other than some type of pasta and some appetizers. It took too long and they were not what we wanted, so we politely ate part of it and promptly got some street food after leaving haha. We ate it on Ponte Vecchio and enjoyed the nightlife and street performers. The nightlife for a Sunday ...