La Loggia Bed & Breakfast

Via delle Terme 219, Florence, Tuscany, 50100, Italy | B&B
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Biking through Tuscany!!!

A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice


... This is where we had a delicious and filling three course meal...the bruschetta was the best I've ever had!!! The gardens where we had lunch were absolutely beautiful...80 year old lemon trees, lavender, hydrangeas, and pear trees! We also got to tour the wine and olive oil making facilities and taste the olive oil and wines...amazing experience! On our return bike ride, we stopped for everyone's favorite treat, gelato! We had to cut our ...

Finding Armenia

A travel blog entry by megandave


... should climb the dome or not. The long queue here starts to sway NOT climbing and so Vanessa tests out facetime from the queue while others find some drinks for everyone. While this transpires the queue moves about an inch (15min). Oh dear…there is a queue for the church itself too. We jump to the other line and thankfully it moves faster, but consider this is no real hardship as we are able to stand and gaze up close at the pink and green marble ...


A travel blog entry by quachie


... and during the drive a bit of Springsteen is played where Leo talks about 'the boss'. For a minute it feels as though Anthony has stepped into the house or that I'm back at Fairfield RSL. Once we arrive, people are coming up with different ideas to try and get the most creative picture. As nice as the leaning tower of Pisa is, I find it a tad overrated. Throughout the time here, we are constantly badgered by hawkers who are trying to get us ...

So many purses, so little time

A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13


... literally 4 inches thick, served very rare. That's OK with me as I prefer my steak a bit on the rare side, but the quantity was ridiculous. As we contemplate leaving Florence, we agree we would return for shopping (with a completely empty suitcase in tow) and the museums we missed, but we're kind of excited to get out of the cities and explore Cinque Terre. It would be interesting to know how many miles we logged on foot. We walked it thoroughly end to ...

Firenze On Foot

A travel blog entry by mltrustgod

... family in Florence. Really amazing thinking,way over my head. Following Rick Steve's Travel Guide, we next crossed the Arno River, to San Minato church, built in the 11th century to celebrate the life of St. Minias. Today, at evening mass, a service of "gregorian chants" is presented. Herb and I both are blessed to be there,thanking God for the wonderful trip. We eat dinner atop this hill overlooking Florence and it's delicious. Back to the Sheraton by shuttle and good ...

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This B&B, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Florence, is near The Original and Best Walking Tours, Artviva, Via dei Calzaiuoli, and Church of Santa Trinita.
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