Le Filigare

Address: Via Sicelle 37, San Donato In Poggio, Florence, Tuscany, 50020, Italy | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on Via Sicelle 37, San Donato In Poggio, Florence, is near Piazza Matteotti, Fontodi Winery, Castello di Monsanto, and Antinori Winery.
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    First full day of the renaissance

    A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Feb 24, 2015


    ... folk might not wish them well on their travels..... Mussolini had bigger windows inserted at the Ponte Vecchio so that Adolf coud have a nice view of the bridges that he would eventually order to be knocked down...... We finished the tour in the Boboli gardens exhausted after a full day of sight-seeing. A quick glass of Prosecco and out for a lovely tea of pasta and lemon sorbet!! Now ready for a good sleep. Night night ...

    Day Eighty Two

    A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Nov 13, 2014

    ... my spelling wasn't correct on some... After italian i met up with by ballet class so we could work on the choreography for our work group demonstration. For dinner I met up with Marion Sarah and Alison and got some Chinese food! It was delicious and a nice change from ...

    Florence in 24 Hours!

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... our Hotel Bruneieschi (Wait… isn’t he the guy who built the Doumo that Grant is now an expert on!?) and were so grateful that our room was ready for us. This place was created within a circular Byzantine tower and a Medieval Church and even served as a prison at one time. During renovations ancient ruins were found so there is a Museum in the lower floors showing what they found below the hotel and in one part of the hotel if you look down ...

    Art and Exercise

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... showing the step by step process used by medieval artists to make the altarpieces. After 2 and a half hours we headed for the Duomo.

    The Baptistry beside the Church is completely shrouded in white plastic due to restoration work - only the reproductions of the Brunelleschi doors were visible from the outside. The inside was a different story: a glittering mosaic ceiling and patterned marble walls and floor. A Jewel! ...


    A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 27, 2014

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    ... Once we had our head around their directions to various areas, we decided to walk back to the station as we were now more confident of not getting lost. This took over an hour by the time we browsed as we went. Once we could see the station, we back tracked to a nice little Restaurant for some lunch. These Italian waiters love having fun with the cliental and make the experience one you will remember fondly. As we were on a strict time frame ...

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