Il Giglio d'Oro B & B

Via Antonio Pacinotti n11, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Antonio Pacinotti n11, Florence, is near Sinagoga (Synagogue) and Jewish Museum, Fiamma CG, Sarallo Sport, and Parterre/ Open On-Air.
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    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jan 09, 2014

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    ... to meet with our local guide for the morning. She took us on a two-hour walking tour of Florence. Florence is a very interesting city, with such great history with some of Italy’s most famous and influential including Michelangelo, Galileo, Foscolo and Rossini.

    On our tour we visited the Statue of David (the fake one), Ponte Vecchio, the Medici Palace, Piazza del Duomo, the Duomo Cathedral, Basilica Santa Croce, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the ...

    Discovering Florence: Day 3

    A travel blog entry by kaylanreid on Jul 26, 2013

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    As we executed this plan, we had this brilliant idea to walk up to the piazza and have a picnic while watching the sun set. It sounds better then it actually was. For starters, we stopped off to get a panini and a coke. Afterwards we started the journey to Piazzale Michelangelo. It doesn't seem like a long hike on the map, but the map was deceiving! You have to walk up these steep ...

    Day of the Duomo

    A travel blog entry by miles_to_go on Oct 27, 2012

    49 photos

    ... was built without the traditional flying buttresses found in contemporary architecture--a rejection of the medieval gothic style and as clear an indicator as any of the onset of the Renaissance. Its decorations and details were made using brand new artistic and innovative techniques, unseen in the medieval era. The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore ushered in the Renaissance, and the Renaissance made Firenze famous across the globe. Without ...

    Go with the Flow-rence

    A travel blog entry by inloveineurope on Oct 08, 2012

    11 photos

    ... heart jumping into your throat at every turn and feeling that your life and the lives of strangers are at your mercy constantly. Parking is few and far between and extremely expensive. The streets are one-way and narrow and therefore crowded with pedestrians, taxis and motorcycles galore. My least favorite driving experience was riding in a smoky, stick-shift taxi in Beijing but ...

    Little Sleep, Excess goodtimes

    A travel blog entry by bc.europeblog on Mar 16, 2012

    104 photos

    ... surprisingly translated well in english, and thoroughly enjoyed making fun of Bridget, which was vastly entertaining to say the least… He also took bridget, sydney and I to the secret bakery where we knocked on a random glass wall that was opened by a mysterious person who I later associate with godliness, and we ask for croissants with chocolate that were so warm that the nutella dripped on the ground as I tore open my late night night snack (so yes, it was heaven in our ...