Franz House

Via dei Fossi 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Palazzo Strozzi, Museo Marino Marini, Ognissanti, and Palazzo Rucellai.
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    Back on land travels

    A travel blog entry by briananddianne on May 07, 2014

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    Hi all Tuesday morning we where up at reasonable hour and dropped off yet another load of laundry to laundromat on our way around to help Kevin and Annette with the final pack up and securing of Infinity in the marina as they will be deserting it for about a week while they go touring Europe. As we where leaving the ACI marina Dianne came up with …

    Day trip to Firenze

    A travel blog entry by oclc on Feb 09, 2013

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    ... but I am guessing that is just the Italian way.
    The journey home was surprisingly easy, and neither child cried at all. Result!
    On an unrelated-to-Italy note, today I was finally able to apply for uni accommodation, which no doubt doesn't excite you much but which was molto exciting for me.
    Now, after a hard day's touristing, Maelys and I are going "out on the town". Or as out on the town as you can in Cortona...

    Day 8 Rain in Florence

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on Apr 23, 2012

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... demonstration which was interesting and taught us how to tell a genuine leather product from a fake. Despite the great demo, as always they also did a big sales pitch for their store at the end trying to sell us all their very expensive leather goods. Being a backpacker means being poor and carrying everything you buy, so I resisted from any purchases. After ...

    Brunelleschi's Dome!

    A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Jun 15, 2011

    5 photos

    ... cathedral in 1296 and it was not completed in 1436. The work on the dome started in 1420 and was completed in 1436. Of course the dome was designed by Brunelleschi, however it is significant to note
    I will upload some pics for you to see. One couple of things to note of significance, and we found out from the tour, is that the dome is self supporting - there was not enough timber in Tuscany to build scaffolding and to allow the concrete to set; the marble inlay on ...


    A travel blog entry by ejwoods1 on Nov 06, 2010

    ... electrical boxes, street signs, poles, benches, anything not moving.  Actually I did see a couple of delivery trucks with graffiti, must've been parked.  Second observation, I've enjoyed the large number of dogs we've seen in both cities.  These dogs seem to have a decent life with plenty of walks, rain jackets, jackets simply for style, sometimes boots.  They often mingle in the piazzas and stroll freely onto city buses or into stores.  I've started to recognize a couple ...