B&B Residenza della Signoria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsB&B Residenza della Signoria Florence
Amazing place. Stefano is wonderful and gave us great suggestions and help. The hotel is perfectly located and the windows shut out the light/noise of the street for sleeping.
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Since Palazzo Vecchio was closed, Sarah went home to continue practicing her Italian, while I checked out a couple more sites while I sill had energy. Galileo Science Museum was well-rated in my book, and Sarah and I ended up sitting right in front of it to eat our sandwiches on the piazza, so I thought I'd pop in (entry was included with the Firenze card). Firenze hosted many scientific breakthroughs, many of which were documented in the ...
... and drive, I got suspicious since I knew the hotel wouldn't offer walking directions if it was this far. With no one speaking English around us, we just stayed on. Suddenly, the bus stopped in the middle of the road and everyone started getting off. We were really confused, but I told them I wanted to get off to see if there was a map at the bus stop we were at. Weston said we probably should stay on the bus. But as he said that, we realized the bus was stopped because someone was ...
Through the gardens you enter the Porcelain gallery. Beautiful collection of crockery and vases, figurines and devices from 1700-1920's. We also went to the Grotto in the gardens (the carvings in the grotto are unique) and ...
... it is chestnut" she sys with great authority. Boy, says Ray later, she knows her stuff, “hard to trip HER up”
The tour takes a break on the rooftop terrace at the Uffizi towered over by the tower of the Palazzo Vecchio so close you could touch it. We then meet at the designated door in one of the corridors of the Uffizi to enter the Vasari Corridor – the door is the only one along the corridor with red alarm bars across it in case ...
Our train this morning from La Spezia was at 9.19am, and we spoiled ourselves by purchasing first class tickets (ngar ngar ngarrr, yes we did) for the first leg of the train ride to Pisa where we would then have to change trains. Unfortunately the train ride to Pisa was only a short one, and after changing trains we were back in cattle class for the hour long ride to Florence. On arrival the boys navigated our walk to the accommodation I ...