La Masseria Casa Vacanze

Address: Via Val d'Orme, loc. Il Vallone, Empoli, Tuscany, 50053, Italy | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Empoli

Off to Venice

A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Feb 26, 2015

... see today. A quiet museum worth a visit! Not quite as interactive as the science museum if you want to play with stuff!! Then a quick meander back to the Duomo (all roads lead to the Duomo) for a look inside this building. Wonderful marble floors that reflect to colours of the outside. The ceiling in Brunelleschi's dome was painted by Vasari (of the corridor fame) among others. The effort of painting on a celing mush have been jolly hard work and getting the perspective and ...


A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 02, 2014

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... Sounds like a good night, right? WRONG. Okay so last night is definitely up there with the weirdest nights I've ever had whilst travelling for the following reasons... 1) The hostel is super creepy. SUPER CREEPY. It's run by a group of Asian men (not a problem in itself) who are SUPER AGGRESSIVE, really unfriendly, unhelpful and generally sit in the corner of the room watching everyone. It was so weird and so unsettling. Also during the day you get thrown out of the ...

Florentine Family

A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 24, 2014

... but there’s a bus….and it is going our way – so why not? A new adventure! Unfortunately, no one knows when to tell the driver to stop. Where the HECK is he going? When I asked, he said he stopped at Porta San Marco….but when. Feeling a little nervous at the moment….YEAH. I see the Porta….push the button, and we’re off.

We get back to Firenze with only one minor hitch. Seems credit ...

The Day Tegz Fell For An Older Man!

A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 04, 2014

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... waiting! We went down to The Piazza della Signoria, so she could see them in all their naked glory! Strangely enough, she follows me in preferring Neptune to David; I hope that means she isn’t going to go for older men! From there to the Ponte Vecchio and most of the main sights were done, as we weren’t planning on going into any museums or art galleries.

Of course these were not the only important sights to see; as we are ...

Who Moved My Cheese

A travel blog entry by sharaimontana on Feb 10, 2014

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... very contempory and mordern. I quite enjoyed it. It was a windy day in Sienna, very windy. I almost blew away. However, the sun was shining and that is all that matters. We got lost again on our way home. This time it was from Florence train station to our hostel. Our # 11 does not run on Sundays apparently so we had to take the #17 to get home. We are not used to this stop so we had to guess where to get off. We got off wrong, of course, and followed some Italian lady down the street ...