Giglio Bianco B&B
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of Giglio Bianco B&B
TripAdvisor Reviews Giglio Bianco B&B Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
... crossed the bridge to work each day, so he threw out the butchers and installed goldsmiths and jewellers instead. Neat move. He also had a secret passage constructed just so he didn't have to mingle with the great unwashed. Practically, it would have reduced his chances of being assassinated which seem like the normal way of getting rid of politicians. Ahh, the good old ways...
... to work out their seat numbers or deliberately just sit anywhere in the hope that no one will challenge them about their seat numbers. Anyway, after our luggage was stored overhead(just think about heavy cases having to lifted above your head) and our seats worked out, we settled back for a two and a bit hour ride at 300kph on the sleek Italian intercity Frecciarossa. We arrived at Florence on a warm almost summerish afternoon. We were tired, irritable after a ...
... we look at a few of the many fashion stores and they are all advertising sales, luckily. Julie soon scores her first piece of Florence Fashion and we haven't even checked in yet. Our room is very interesting as the building is a converted old mansion where they have retained the 5 metre high wood panelled ceilings and exposed brick arches. We explore the city by foot for the rest of the afternoon and purchase a bit more Fashion. It is just ...
... and we spent about an hour and a half walking through the rooms. There was a display of lace that particularly appealed to Jude. They were a hardy bunch. Even the main bedroom had an ensuite that consisted of a shallow tIn tub and water pitcher and a hole in the floor as a privy. It would have been a quick I sprint back to the bed in winter. We continued our walk through the main part of town past the Uffizzi Gallery to the River Arno. We headed to the Piazza Michelangelo, which ...
... agreed that was a wonderful experience and after much thanking to Roberta headed back for another Gelato to finish the afternoon. Dinner at the hotel was so nice last night we decide on an encore and all order another selection of dishes. Dave walks all the way across town before dinner to drop Nick back and establishes that their room is a shambles of kids belongings back there, rather here than there he says. We cap off the day with a 9pm walk back to ...