IL Torrino Bed and Breakfast

Address: Viale Palmiro Togliatti n° 19, Florence, Tuscany, 50133, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Day 2 Florence

A travel blog entry by lynnyl on Sep 23, 2015

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... but I wish we could have started the day with the museum when our energy was a bit higher.
We then went back to the hotel where we met up with whoever wanted to join us for a pot luck happy hour, again I am so glad our group has such fun, nice people! We then went to dinner with the couple from Chaska where I had a great salmon pasta. I'm getting used to these late dining hours!

DAY 4 (Monday) "Tuscany and the Countryside"

A travel blog entry by randymrothwell on May 04, 2015

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DAY 4 (Monday May 4) "Tuscany and the Countryside"

Got up early and got ready and packed up. After another fabulous breakfast from our host, Laura, we said our goodbyes, took photos and exchanged info then we met our driver again for the trip to Milano Centrale train station. After a 1 hour drive we were at the city of Milano and the Centrale train station.

Florence - Labor Day

A travel blog entry by steve.chappo on May 01, 2015

... Thearte site from C 1st C. amazing. Tour guide Geoff with iPad around his neck. Drink at La Terrazza bar on 6th floor of Continentale Hotel (Ferragamo owned) - great rooftop bar. Dinner at Cammillo. Geoff does the cork in bottle trick and teaches us the 2 corks ...

Last days in Italy

A travel blog entry by radiobirdman on Sep 22, 2014

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Our last two days in Florence and Italy were relaxed. We eventually got in to see the statue of David which was pretty specky. Michelangelo carved him from a single piece of marble starting in 1502 and finishing in 1504. He stands 516cm high and the detail is amazing - including veins in his arms and hands. Very graceful and impressive!

We also went and looked through the famous church Santa Maria Novella. ...

Exploring Florence on the Fly

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 13, 2014

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... Science museum. This was a change from other historical museums and art galleries, but still had a historical focus. It was not crowded, with the exception of a school group of grade four Italian children who were quite curious about our Canadian boys. In the 1600s, the wealthy and powerful Medici family of Florence invested in scientists and mathematicians, and recognized the importance of research and ...