Tenuta di Lupinari

Bucine, Tuscany, 52021, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Bucine, is near Viaggi d'Ambra, I Pellettieri d'Italia, and Il Prato.
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    Travel Blogs from Bucine

    Breathing again in Florence

    A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on May 18, 2014

    8 photos

    ... well. Monday we headed off to do a bit of exploring and found Ponte Vecchio, the Duomo, some smaller churches, squares full of statues and about a million tourists. The jewellery on Ponte Vecchio was gold and sparkly and expensive looking! We restrained ourselves! We eventually found our way down to a little street of artists and papyrus where we found some beautiful drawings of Pinocchio and wished we could buy the lot. Walking further we found another piazza full ...

    Siena and last night of florence

    A travel blog entry by mupebo on Jul 13, 2013

    5 photos

    ... entrance, we could just smell the bakery and hear it. Both too scared to knock on the sliding door, we waited, hoping others would come and try it for us. After 20 minutes 2 girls with attitude came and knocked repeatedly on the door, no response. They waited with us for 10 minutes but nothing happened until a moment after they left. Another group came and knocked and a small baker opened the door and asked what people wanted, in ...

    Spedale degli innocenti, more on it

    A travel blog entry by buettn on Jun 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the Innocents, where form of the building follows function as in biology. It was designed with a clear and clean sense of proportion. All kinds of rules are followed like in the architecture of the ancient Greek temples. This wasn't a building for show, so less expensive materials were used as well as casual labor. Architectural elements are in dark stone set off by the whitewashed walls. The glazed blue and white terracotta roundels were ...

    Fun in Florence

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Feb 25, 2013

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... the largest brick dome in the world (The Pantheon's is concrete). As Mum and I entered the church, I realised that I hadn't even gone inside last time, I don't know why. I had however, climbed the 463 steps to the very top of it and as Mum and I stood marvelling up, up and up and the vast and ornate fresco lining the interior of the dome, I was relieved that I didn't have to do it again. Mum was even more relieved. Make no mistake, the ...

    The Accademia and Ufizzi Gallery

    A travel blog entry by novaceks on Jun 14, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... detailed and beautiful in real life than I could have imagined. I will never look at these in the same way again. In the last couple of days we have seen quite a bit of Florence and the Tuscan countryside, but as a tourist it is only ever a taste of a foreign country or city. My first impressions of the streets of Florence were reserved, but our late afternoon walk from the Ufizzi Gallery across the Ponte Vecchio (Vecchio Bridge) was a refreshing surprise. The charm ...