IL Torrino Bed and Breakfast

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

48 hours in Florence

A travel blog entry by websterfamily14 on Jun 09, 2014

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... sections detailing the advances of mathematics, astronomy, time keeping, cartography and medicine over the past 500 years. Our second day in the Tuscan capital started with a visit to Il Duomo, an ornate, gothic cathedral, started in the late 13th century. After a suitably Italian lasagne/pizza lunch out (and a welcome break from our usual packed ham and cheese roll menu), we visited the spectacular Palazzo Vecchio- previous home to the Medici dynasty, the United ...

Pisa and Florence, Italy

A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 06, 2014

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... a one way.

Off we went – let me just say it was terrible. People everywhere again and streets that did not exist. We had to change the route 3 times and then when we thought we had won – we realized we were stopped in the EXACT same spot we had stopped in earlier. We were about to dump the car and run for it. I suggested we call the hotel. Thank GOD they answered. I explained where we were located and Sergio said to stay in the car and a man from the garage ...

Walking tour and Uffizi museum

A travel blog entry by grammyvail on Oct 15, 2013

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Day 2 in Florence. Went down to breakfast at 7:30 and met the Gordons. Have a day scheduled with Helen Bailey, recommendation of Carole Beswick's, and she was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. I think she had a little tape recorder in her head, because I can't imagine having all that information and being able to spew it out all day, of things that occurred over 1000 years ago.In the morning, we walked all over Florence. First ...

Tour of Florence

A travel blog entry by trishreinten on Jan 15, 2013

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... We started at the Duomo (church in Italian) and weaved our way through the streets and made our way to the Ponte Vecchio Bridge. It is the most famous bridge in Florence; you may have seen pictures of it. It looks like a closed in bridge. It actually has shops down both sides, today those shops are only allowed to be jewellery stores as they were once butchers and it was very disgusting. The Italian designer Valentino lives at the end of this bridge. Also during ...

Florence Day 2 - The Duomo

A travel blog entry by juliecklein on May 05, 2012

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... are being made. Taking a wrong turn as we exited the leather factory, we found ourselves in the Basilica of Santa Croce, another church with outstanding art. This is where Michelangelo, Galileo, and many other famous Italians are buried (in gorgeous tombs).

After a quick stop for gelato, we followed the river in search of the Vecchio bridge. But first we digress. Florence_was more or less a democracy of the relatively rich, until the Medici ...