Il Giglio d'Oro B & B

Address: Via Antonio Pacinotti, 11, Florence, Tuscany, 50131, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Via Antonio Pacinotti, 11, Florence, is near Sinagoga (Synagogue) and Jewish Museum, Fiamma CG, Palazzo Capponi, and Sarallo Sport.
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    Montepulciano to Firenza

    A travel blog entry by bevdavies on Jun 07, 2015

    43 photos

    ... harvesting where are the cows, we have not seen any. After that we came around the corner to see white cows and horses in one field. Well, Ian broke out in song "cows and white horses, leading us astray, cows eating hayeh, cows eating hay.....but we love them ahah we love them" we thought too funny!! Stopped at Autogrill for sandwiches and drinks. They are all along the freeways here. We approached Siena ...

    Cooking Class

    A travel blog entry by graphnic on May 08, 2015

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    Heard about a cooking class so I said why not? I ate a full Italian multi course meal and helped cook it. We had several appetizers; bruschetta, bread and pesto, cheese drizzled w aged balsamic. pastas; ravioli and tagliatelle ( i made) and tiramisu for desert.
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    Florence - an Italian gem

    A travel blog entry by pipped on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... to the crypt and the baptistery. The baptistery was built when Florence was at the seat of the Tuscan Government and had lots of money - this can be seen by the three bronze doors and beautiful ornate gold roof. The crypt was equally impressive and a little creepy. Hidden under the floor of the cathedral the excavated tombs were proudly on display. The Duomo was just the beginning. I discovered Florence with two great free walking tours provided by ...

    Day Fifty Two: Yarn!

    A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Oct 14, 2014

    I finally found a yarn store in Florence!! So I got some yarn and can finally crochet! I spent some time crocheting while sitting on the steps of the church of San Lorenzo. After we had reviews for midterms in both of my classes, and I studied and did beading for the rest of the ...

    Can I Get A Pope Hat?

    A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope on Sep 30, 2013

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... entire Vatican was beautiful and what I had happily expected. St. Peter's Square outside was still full of chairs for the mass and canonizing ceremony that took place the day before so I was a little bit disappointed that all my photos have chairs in them but what can you do? FUN FACT: In Rome there are fountains everywhere, even just small ones that look a bit sketchy. You can drink the water from every single one of them.

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