La Loggia Bed & Breakfast

Via delle Terme 219, Florence, Tuscany, 50100, Italy | B&B
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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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    Pisa and all that Leans.

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 21, 2014

    ... ride in a Mercedes got us to the train station as none of us wanted the long walk there. The train had been a nicer train than the day before and because it was not a regional train had been exempted from the train strike (thankfully). Right in time we pulled into a very busy Florence Station. Thankfully the people we met could speak enough English to guide us to our Plan B. Arrive at Pisa airport as this was the drop off point. Found a ...

    You Win Some You Lose Some

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... white marble resembling Santa Maria Novella and the inside was full of Byzantine mosaics and frescoes. This church commands the highest point in Florence and a wonderful panoramic view.

    Feeling very pleased with ourselves we walked back down the hill and had lunch at a café full of locals. Then it was off to the other biggie – the Pitti Palace. Unfortunately, at least for me, this was ...

    May 31st: Museo Stibbert

    A travel blog entry by brsorne on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... pieces of ancient weaponry, armory, clothing, paintings textiles, ceramics, furniture etc. and is a former villa of Frederick Stibbert that he transformed into a museum throughout the late 1800s until 1906 until his death in 1906. The grandeur of the collection and the beauty of the building's interior is unknowable from its exterior. His collection spans from Eastern and Western origins and luckily for me, they currently have an Islam exhibit ...

    Fun in Florence!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... I expressed my surprise to him that he was still in business....mind you, it was the middle of the day and there was no one else in there.....so maybe, just a matter of time! In Pisa, we tried three cafes and all said they charged extra for sitting down, so we went and made a coffee in the van!

    Florence - Day 4

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 19, 2013

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    ... and the marvellous Boboli gardens. They have extensive collections of art but also a few interesting museums which allude to the lifestyle of the wealthy renaissance families. One gallery was dedicated to precious jewellery which was quite beautiful. Another (right up the back of the gardens) was dedicated to the porcelain. Beautiful dinner sets, serving sets, plates, jugs etc. absolutely gorgeous. The last museum I went to ...