A Casa Di Dante Bed & Breakfast

Address: Viale Don Minzoni 5, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the San Marco area of Florence, is near Botanical Gardens (Orto Botanico), Giardino dei Semplici, Parterre/ Open On-Air, and Palazzo Capponi.
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Towers, tollways and Tuscany

A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 12, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... Italy passing through 168 tunnels. The girls gave up counting after 100. It is all valleys so often you go from tunnel to bridge to tunnel again. One last night was 1.6km long. Early on we saw lots of hot houses as this was the flower growing area and flowers are flown each day to various European markets.
Yesterday at Arles we stood at the spot where Van Gogh painted 'Starry Starry Night'. This overlooked the Rhone river which actually rose 3 ft while ...

Mossies, gelato and wine oh my

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 19, 2014

46 photos

... considers himself a local. Hinesh and David have a football discussion since David is a Barcelona fan, he threatened that is Hinesh was a fan of Real Madrid he would pull over and let him off the side of the freeway we were travelling on. Boys and football...

First stop is an old castle Monteriggioni. From a distance it is said that the fortress resembles a crown and I can see that it kinda does. This was a strategic fort back in the day when Florence and Sienna were at war. It ...

Birth of the Renaissance

A travel blog entry by buckleypup on Jul 17, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... the house he grew up in and also Dante the writer. Each street contains hidden tributes to the many great men of Florence. The grand palazzo housed many great statues including an exact replica of the statue David. Many grand buildings and ornaments of the Renaissance largely funded by the Medicci family. The trade bridge, Santa Croche, Michaelangelo's square and many more sights. We saw a leather demonstration as Florence is known for ...

Arivaderci Backroads!

A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and just being wonderful hosts. We would go on a trip with them again any time!! The question is...which trip?? Morocco, Vietnam or at Lynn's urging...the Dolomite's....who's with us???

With the bags and the group loaded on the bus, we left Tuscany for the 1.5 hour ride back to Florence. At the train station we said our goodbyes to our great ride mates...who were heading off in various directions:

Cinnamon and ...

Florence - Day 4

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 19, 2013

4 photos

... art work to see, and I'm glad to say it wasn't all religious. There were hundreds of sculptures, which really fascinated me. Lots of busks but plenty of statues, of both genders unlike the Medici Ricardo Museum which mainly had ladies. Reliable sources tell me that the franks and beans on the male nudes were intentionally carved, shall we say, in a less flattering light, as anything too large was considered offensive. This ...

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