A Casa di Alino

Address: Piazza San Giovanni 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the San Marco area of Florence, is near Baptistry (Battistero), Duomo Museum (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo), COIN Department Stores, and Loggia del Bigallo.
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    2nd day in Florence and a BIG SURPRISE!

    A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 10, 2015

    13 photos

    ... more floors and extended the size of the building. The Medici family was a banking family that gained political power during the 1500-1700's in Florence and Toscany. They were the most powerful family in Florence during the Renaissance. Because of their wealth and power, they were able to patronize the work of some of the most famous artists of their time as well as accumulate statues and paintings from artists such ...


    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 27, 2015

    2 photos

    ... final!! We chilled out before heading out to meet Thalia, David's friend from uni. She has been traveling around and we just missed her in Rome. She was our little tour guide for the night. I forgot just how busy these cities are after being in such small towns. We walked passed a Buddhist parade and carried on trying to find a certain gelato place. We did walk pass the design your own magnum store. I'm definitely going back ...

    The Cradle Of The Renaissance.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Apr 01, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... for a walk down to the river, passing many spectacular buildings along the way.

    We stopped for a breather on the banks of the river Arno, where David decided to stare contemplatively out over the water. I snuck a quick photo of him while he was looking so deep, and he then pointed to what he was actually looking at. A guy was doing yoga on the river bank below us. He was holding a most unrefined pose, with his body bent on a c ...

    A Great Last Day In Florence

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... pattern. The dome grew upward like an igloo, supporting itself from its base. When the ribs reached the top, he arched them in and fixed them in place with the cupola. The dome took 14 years to build and was the largest since the Roman Pantheon. We watched a program recently about Brunelleschi and the building of the dome. It was fascinating. At the time it was being built many people we skeptical of Brunelleschi's plan.

    This cathedral was built on top ...

    Lots of bronze and marble

    A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 29, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... of sculpture in Italy, with famous works by Michelangelo, Donatello, and Giambologna. The building itself looks more like a fortress, and was used as a model for the larger Palazzo Vecchio, which has a similar architectural style. Originally constructed in 1255, during the 16th-century the Medici transformed it into the residence of the police ("bargello"), complete with torture chambers and detention ...