Bed & Breakfast San Lorenzo

Piazza San Lorenzo,7, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | B&B
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Birthplace of the Renaissance

A travel blog entry by roamingrob


... Piazza *** - just around the corner from the Uffizi Gallery - to see the dozen or so replica and original Renaissance sculptures housed there. These included one of Florence’s two full-size copies of Michelangelo’s David and a bunch of other obscure ones like the ***[slaying of Medusa]. Strolling past the Ufizzi, I continued across the Ponte Vecchio (a picturesque bridge lined with jewellers’ shops) and found a small cafe for lunch. Back across ...


A travel blog entry by bonniegordon


... t recognize the road the lot was apparently on. Oh more frustration. Out of dumb luck again, Bill saw a little car rental listing of car companies and there was Hertz. Please call us if you ever plan to rent a car in Florence! Now in our final hotel. At least there's wifi. Can't wait to get home! But it has been an amazing ...

Slow Sunday

A travel blog entry by vannstravel


Or at least it didn't start out that way....we were all up and out of here on an early rainy morning....walking Mark and Ann to the train station for their overnight stay in beautiful Venice. We were a little early so all sat and had a croissant and cappuccino to hold us over. The new Italotrain was right on time, Mark and Ann boarded and found their seats while we waited to wave goodbye! The train pulled out at ...

Frolicking in Florence

A travel blog entry by karina.evans93

... to watch and listen to. Half of the time she didn't know the words but in her accent you couldn't tell what she was saying half of the time anyway. When she sang YMCA she said IMCA which was hilarious. For an entree we had 3 bread things one with pork, the other beef and the last was tomato with oregano and cheese the tomato one was my favourite. They also gave us cured meats. For the mains we had penne with a tomato sauce, lasagna and a steak with salad dish ...


A travel blog entry by erblair


... for an hour or so til we get to Florence. We make the best of it and get to Florence standing guard at the train water closet. We follow our directions to our hostel, an unmarked door on a side street 2 blocks from the Duomo. The street numbers are all mixed up, 13 is next to 25, then 17 comes then 53, (help us make sense of this) and we are guessing this is the right place. We meet Alex who gives us an excellent orientation ...

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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Baptistry (Battistero), Mercato Centrale, Basilica di San Lorenzo, and Palazzo Medici Riccardi.
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