De' Benci Bed and Breakfast in Firenze
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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From this point, we drove to another square and from where we took a loooooong walk in Florence city and covered Ponte Vecchio. He shared a lot of interesting facts about the city. I realised that Italy was one of my favourite countries from that trip and definitely a must visit country some day in the future. I definitely need to redo all these places I missed and also more. I was dropped back at my BNB and we bid farewell to each other. ...
... We get our room, 405 and are told we have a view of the river. SERIOUSLY? A room with a view….in Florence…..is Dame Maggie Smith going to show up? We are in the room. OK…a little different than the last time, and the bed is HUGE…and comfortable. SO the bathroom is up five stairs and the closet is located there too. The balcony is tiny, big enough for 3, but……WHAT A VIEW! The river is flowing fast ...
... the place smells nothing like the oregano, cheese and tomato sauce that I naturally assumed all of Italy would smell like before I arrived. I am amazed at how some civilizations have been around for so long and manage to get things so wrong. Don’t get me started on the road rules and drivers in Naples. I swear, I thought I could’ve been back in Phuket with the way some of these people drive. Heads up – Naples ...
From Levanto you take the train to Pisa, then on to Firenze Santa Maria Novella station. Gotta love the names for train stations, so much more colourful than Redfern or Mascot!
Again a very pleasant train trip through the rich Tuscan countryside and past the marble mining towns including Carrara where our kitchen table top in one of the many kitchen renovations we have done came from.
We had booked an apartment ...
Florence, the city famed for the birth of the Renaissance, was beautiful. Medieval churches loomed above the streets, crowded with peoples of all nationalities. I'd never heard so many different languages spoken in one place.
We drove to Florence from Venice on Sunday morning and arrived under blues skies in the ...