Hotel Vasari Palace
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Vasari Palace
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vasari Palace Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
... steep hillsides.
There was some free time in Vernazza, so we bought gelati and David put his feet in the water and Joy put her hands in the water - it wasn't cold. We again took the train to Monterosso (village no.5) - it took 8 minutes this time.
Monterosso is divided in 2 with a new part where the train arrives and an old part. You walk through a tunnel to get to the old part. Here we had just over an hour. The weather had cooled down a bit and was ...
... very happy with the colour. The haircut was another interesting experience, and I did have to ask for my fringe to be cut, but that too was OK in the end and for $90 for the whole lot I think I did pretty well.
Think I've made the decision to wait till I get home for any more haircuts though!
We enjoyed our last dinner at the Lanterna restaurant and next thing I knew there was our 6am wake up call, with our flight scheduled at 9.30.
... to be)wine tasting. We smiled and nodded and he pulled us into a wine tasting room attached to the grocery store. There were five different bottles on display, and we were invited to taste some. So, here we were in a grocery store in a little town called San Paulo in Tuscany, tasting wine. Paul decided to buy one of the bottles (he felt somewhat obligated), and then when we went to the register, the wine man told the grocery store man to take 4€ off the ...
... it every day he taught the class if he did that and it was already difficult to even taste it to see if it needed more seasoning. That was understandable.
He was so much fun to listen to. Someone asked about the upcoming Easter weekend and what would be traditional meals for the area. Antonio explained they would gather at the table around noon and probably wouldn’t leave until five or six in the evening! Not leave the home, leave the table! ...
... were actually turned to face Rome. There are other sculptures of David, Bernini's sculpture probably being second most famous to Michaelangelo's, but Michaelangelo's is considered the most iconic. Ancient Roman sculptures hold much influence on Michaelangelo's sculptures, and most of Michaelengelo's work was done in Rome, but few statues are as iconic as the Statue of David that rests in Florence, ...