Relais Amadeus

Address: Via XX Settembre 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50139, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Florence

My Life in Italy!

A travel blog entry by mpenkoff on Sep 24, 2015

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... br> 1.) Italians love seltzer water. Here, it is called acqua frizzante. At a restaurant, you have to pay for your water and make sure that you specify that you want acqua naturale or else the waiter/waitress will bring you seltzer instead!
2.) Panini’s are not pressed like in America! The panini’s here are called “panino’s” and are just normal sandwiches. Just last week, my roommate and I went to a panini ...

A final day of exploring

A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on Jun 30, 2015

... which was delicious! It was thoroughly enjoyable! The waitor then kindly showed us where we were on the map, so we could work out how to get to the cathedral, where we would continue our little tradition of climbing the bell tower, for the last time of the trip. Its safe to say this was the tallest of all those we have climbed, but the views were pretty epic! 414 stairs later, and feeling very extremely dead, we finally made it to the ...

Florence and Venice

A travel blog entry by emilymacmillan on May 20, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

We arrived in Florence on Tuesday. Our apartment was on the fourth floor. Just near our apartment was a carousel. We went on it three times even my mum, my auntie Sarah, GrannyMac and Jane went on it. Also near apartment that was the Duomo, the Duomo is a famous church. We went inside, it was huge with lots of paintings. Then we climbed the bell tower which had 414 steps. We also went to see the statue of ...

Second Day in Florence - Art, shops, and lamprede

A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 10, 2015

... engineer a build a stable dome. Filippo Brunelleschi won the contest and his dome (a double layered design) was finished in 1436. Interestingly, the dome is enormous, but so is the church so it doesn't seem all that big. Our guide explained that the dome is over 3000 square meters, which for comparison, a football field is about 5000 square meters. The interior of the church is beautiful but very simple and plain as compared to the ...

Churches, art and steps, lots of steps!!

A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice on Jun 20, 2014

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... note, the girls are abusively responding to the street vendors now...they seem to be over being tourists!! They both seem to think they're locals day maybe!!

After a few moments of rest, we went to the Gallerie dell'Accademia for Michelangelo's famous David! This museum was on the lower end of the impressive scale until you rounded the corner and saw the David. This is the only piece keeping this museum alive, ...