Bed & Breakfast San Lorenzo

Address: Piazza San Lorenzo,7, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | B&B
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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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      Day Seventy Six

      A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Nov 07, 2014

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      Today mimicked Wednesday. I went to the open lab for both jewelry and sewing. I needed to work on my charms for my bracelet in jewelry and finish my skirt and see the prototype of my top. We thought that the jewelry lab started at 9 but we were wrong, it didn't open until 3! So instead Gabi, who is in my jewelry class and also my model for my sewing class, came with me to sewing lab so that she could see the outfit I was making! ...

      Cinque Terre and Florence

      A travel blog entry by samelovetravels on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... struggles with the people, and could not help but give one lady some money after getting quite upset. It was 11pm and she had a 6 month old baby strapped to her back slumped. So Dayna went up, gave her the money and said I'll give you this but you need to take your baby home. It's hungry and tired now go home. That's why I love her.
      We got up early to pack, eager to leave Florence behind.

      Art and Exercise

      A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 11, 2014

      10 photos

      Another "up and at 'em" start as we had reserved tickets to the Accademia for 9 am. With tickets booked on line from Australia it was great to bypass the long queues. Almost immediately we came upon the series of unfinished Michelangelo sculptures which gave an eerie sense of what the process must be like to have a form emerge from a rough block of stone as the sculptor gradually removes bits of it. And then we looked sideways ...

      Fiesole , the nearby hills (Florence)

      A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on May 25, 2014

      1 comment

      ... just like the much older ones and are owned by extended families. Their grandfathers all worked as labourers in the nearby stone quarry where even Michelangelo is said to have obtained stone, this Pietra Serena, when not using the Carrara marble. Local legend has it that he did his flight experiments from this very hillside! We were walking yet again in the path of the greats!!!!! One level lower were the veggie gardens and to the neighbouring side fruit trees including a cherry ...

      Florence - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... convent. There are several small chapels off to the side of the main alter (which is magnificent) They are truly beautiful, and once again, absolutely lovely stained glass windows and beautiful art work on the ceilings. I remember going to church when I was young and being bored out of my mind. I wonder if the ceilings of churches here are painted so when patrons (or their children) are bored and they start tuning out and looking around they have something sacred to focus ...