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


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 ...

Quiet Day Renaissance House & Trip to Supermar

A travel blog entry by msdiozzi on Jul 29, 2014

... boiling oil onto anyone who tried to break in. As you go up to higher floors,the stairs change from stone to wood. It's thought that if you got invaded that you could destroy the upper steps and hole up in the upper floors and defend yourself. Fun times in the Renaissance for sure. Jake headed home with Jeanne and I ventured forth to the train station to buy tickets for Cinque Terre. I had to wait a long time because the automatic machines were offline, and the ...

Not so pretty....

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Apr 25, 2014

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... of their marble tombs. Absolutely fascinating. (I didn't think art was my thing...I could be wrong) I am going to include a web link to the pictures of these. helangelo+Slaves+Academia&FORM=REST AB.

Going back to the car we found this little restaurant that sold salads and paninis. This place was cool. They had Johnny Cash blasting from the speakers and a guy making sandwiches behind the counter. I ...

Florence (Day 2)

A travel blog entry by paynefamily on Sep 27, 2013

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... This is the main square of Siena. Besides being the central meeting point of this village it is also the venue for the 'Palio di Seina" a traditional horse race held twice a year in July and August. There are 17 regions that make up Seina and each are drawn a horse to represent their region. We actually watched a video on the bus after leaving Siena which showed the whole event. The atmosphere seemed equal to our Melbourne Cup but without the high roller stakeholders just the feel ...

Leaning tower of Pizza :-)

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony on Sep 13, 2013

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... when we arrived, with music and bikes on show and it was nice to see people there watching them, although when we saw the schedule of events for that night, there was going to be things going on up to 2 am, Nic shuddered. We found a small osteria nearby to get some dinner which was very nice and authentic, and the tiramisu was the best we'd had so far in Italy (our way of testing the quality of a restaurant), plus we were getting into the 3EUR for a carafe of wine