Il Grillo di Firenze

Address: Via Maragliano 69, Florence, Tuscany, 50144, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Florence, is near Centro Storico, La Cascine, Piazza Ogni Santi, and Magici Sapori.
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    A travel blog entry by jennie62 on Jun 13, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... and saw the famous leaning tower. Watching all the tourists posing to get the best shot of themselves with the tower was almost as interesting as the tower it self. The tour took us to San Gimignano, a Medieval town that was high up on a mountain top. Had awesome panoramic views and very was interesting. We had lunch at a winery and finished the day at Siena where a ...

    Art History

    A travel blog entry by ellenscofield on Apr 23, 2015

    30 photos

    Sadly, we only spent a day in Florence because somehow we mixed up the planning of our trip. Which meant we didn't have time to stand in line for hours to visit the art museums...but we got to see the outsides! And we had fun regardless.

    So Thursday we went and saw the covered bridge, the giant basilica but not the dome because the line took 2 hours, Santa Corcee church and the Boboli gardens behind the royal palace. The gardens were beautiful but it was raining so it took ...


    A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 10, 2014

    ... and feel wide awake, and being over halfway through the trip already, it's a good time to let my mind absorb some of these experiences. First, I am certain Italy has some of the most beautiful places in the world (and even though I'm seeing most of the big cities, Fabriano has shown me that Italy's true experiences, people and history are in these smaller towns. It's funny in the limited conversations I've observed it seems like many ...


    A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Aug 26, 2014

    3 photos

    ... have taught all of the four main skills of learning a language -- listening, reading, speaking and writing -- as well as having given straightforward grammar lessons. To me those are the most fun to teach, but they also happen to require the most preparation -- setting an interesting lesson context, creating my own practice activities and worksheets and even coming up with some exercise at the end that involves all of the students speaking or writing with one ...

    And it's only the second day

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Sep 01, 2013

    68 photos

    ... remember seeing Hitler and Mussolini drive by when he was a boy. He's strictly anti-war now because he remembers how much damage the city took during WWII (the Ponte Vecchio was the only bridge left standing.) We must have been there for at least forty five minutes because all of his stories were so interesting. He wished us all as much luck in love as he had had when we left him.
    We came back to the hotel by way of the market again. I ...