I Massini

Address: Via d'Ormicello 53, Empoli, Tuscany, 50053, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located on Via d'Ormicello 53, Empoli, is near Church of San Lorenzo, Laurentian Library (Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana), and Teatro Studio.
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      A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... city, hands down, in the world that I have seen yet. I was in such a bad place yesterday I didn't take in a thing but during my 10 minute walk to the train station this morning I basically had my mouth open in awe the whole time. And my camera was most definitely out - proper tourist style. Last night, in the grand scheme of things, should have been a pretty good night. I got to the hostel and had to wait 4 hours to check in (I am on the final season of Breaking ...

      Florence and the Statue

      A travel blog entry by ckwalt on Dec 17, 2013

      6 comments, 36 photos

      ... been sponsored by Mel Gibson and his ex wife to be in the Academia Museum. We found that interesting. Another interesting thing that we noticed was the centrality of Mary in the paintings. As we move closer to Rome (and the Vatican City), it seems that the Catholic influence becomes more prominent. Even though Jesus is in most of the paintings, Mary takes the central place. Just an observation that we both observed.  After walking around the city, taking in the ...

      Leaning tower of Pizza :-)

      A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony on Sep 13, 2013

      14 photos

      ... and it was surprisingly empty around the Leaning Tower as well (empty for a major tourist site, anyway). We took the obligatory pics of us in front of the tower, and chilled out in the sun with the other tourists as well. We managed to find a local bar to have some panini for lunch, rather than eat at the touristy trattoria in the main square which we were happy with. As it was lunchtime and cappuccinos are not allowed at this time in Italy, we both had macchiatos - a bit ...

      Chianti Countryside Tour

      A travel blog entry by berniandjay on Aug 29, 2013

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... aforementioned bottles of basalmic vinegar, Jay and I picked up a bottle of the 50th anniversary chianti for my dad. To our surprise and delight, Pierfrancesco’s mother arrived so we could shower her with compliments for her lasagna-making skills. And then we were off to our final destination for the day, San Gimigagno, yet another medieval walled town, but this one famous for its ...

      So Much Seen... So Much to Still See

      A travel blog entry by occamsrazor875 on May 29, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... seeing things I missed last time.

      After that, the school had set up a tour of the Accademia where Michelangelo's David is housed. That tour was pretty awesome, it was nice to not only hear the artistic comments about the aesthetics of the sculpture, but also to get the historical background on what it represented for Florence when it was created. As a note, David is just awkward to look at in some ways, the hands are huge, the face is kind ...