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 Artviva, The Original and Best Walking Tours, Via dei Calzaiuoli, and Church of Santa Trinita.
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    ... you surprised?) The church was beautiful oh but, the view! I could have looked at that view all day!! There was the whole of Florence, beautiful, glowing and laid out before you.

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