La Signoria di Firenze B&B

Calimaruzza, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Loggia dei Lanzi, Church of Orsanmichele, Garden of St. Michael (Orsanmichele), and Museo di Palazzo Davanzati.
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    Piazza With a View

    A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Apr 16, 2014

    97 photos

    ... is way down the other end of the hall from the actual entrance...getting in was so exhausting I didn't care to see the museum anymore. I was over it. Then, to make matter worse, all the rooms were closed for renovations so the pieces I wanted to see were moved and my guidebook map was useless. So, the Uffizi was not the best experience. In the Uffizi's defense, we may have already been worn out from the day's events but they didn't really make ...

    Firenze!

    A travel blog entry by khanovasemya on Aug 06, 2013

    14 photos

    ... to love it all. We were a little disappointed, though, that the flea market in the shabby chic Piazzo Ciompi was closed for a summer break. Still, we enjoyed walking around and looking in the windows. The place is such a visual contradiction - tin shacks with vintage chandeliers. Someday I'd like to come back and spend some time here. Our stay in Firenze will be over soon and it will be time to move on to Udine. Just a bit more time to practice our Italian before we see our ...

    Uffizi and beyond.

    A travel blog entry by bug23 on Jul 25, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 1765 it was officially opened to the public.
    The Museum houses works by Di Vinci, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Botticelli and Caravaggio to name a few. A wonderful collection of art showcasing the best Florence has to offer but Hugh and I have declared that this may well be our last Museum visit for our European trip as Hugh especially, believes he has seen more paintings of Christ and the Madonna than the painters themselves. After 2 hours we were done and in much need of a ...

    Day 4 - Florence

    A travel blog entry by laurelfisher on Nov 07, 2012

    10 photos

    ... Florence. That was very pretty. We all went to lunch which was't great.
    We had the whole afternoon to do whatever we wanted. My mom asked my sister and me what we wanted to do and we responded in sync: "faire du shopping!" (If you didn't understand that, it means shop) So, off we went. I found a leather bag, my dad found shoes, my mom and sister also found purses, and my sister even bought a little toy for our dog. ...

    Black (and Blue and Grey) Sunday

    A travel blog entry by miles_to_go on Oct 28, 2012

    36 photos

    ... similar to the Duomo's down the road, being that the present church, which replaced an older structure, was built in the 14th century by many of the same masters. More importantly, though, this place houses the tombs of some of the most noted Italians of history: Michelangelo, Rossini, Machiavelli, Galileo, and Dante. Well, technically not Dante -- his tomb is empty. He was exiled during his lifetime, and when the city forgave him and ...