Le Ginestre B&B de Charme

Address: via di Starniano, 300 b/c, Florence, Tuscany, 50010, Italy | B&B
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      Lake Maggiore, Pisa, Florence

      A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 09, 2014

      4 comments, 58 photos

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      We sit down to our authentic Tuscan meal which starts with an antipasto of parma ham, proscciuto, salami, crustini, bruschetta sun-dried tomatoes and olives (of course). Next is a barley soup, then pasta with tomato sauce and then the main course, Florentine steak and wild boar (which was actually very good). Of course there was wine, and lots of it, all made right there. We started with 4 kinds (2 white and 2 red). then the ...

      Heading south - on the train to Firenze!

      A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jun 27, 2014

      22 photos

      ... Santa Maria del Fiore, built in the late 13th century.

      It's 8.30 in the evening..... just had a great dinner in the Piazza..... Bob thought that as we were in Florence, he'd have the quiche florentine (!), but instead settled for veal parmigiana (of course Dana!), and it's still daylight, and the Cathedral looks fantastic. The architecture here is unbelievable..... believe me!

      We have seen this in both Venice and now ...

      The leaning tower

      A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 17, 2014

      4 comments, 19 photos

      What a day. Florence is a great city. We caught the bus early into the Museum Accademia to see the Statue of David by Michelangelo. You can see why it is the most famous statue in the world. Carved out of marble, it stands about 4 m tall. The attention to detail is amazing. You can see the veins in the back of his hands. I wonder why he has such a small weaner? He is holding a sling shot in his hand, so I don't know if ...

      A Monday in Florence: walking, museum, shops

      A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 21, 2013

      38 photos

      Miles walked: about 5

      Times up and down apartment stairs: 2 (my personal best—ha!)

      Purchases: 1

      Not a lot of the museums are open on Mondays but I found one that was and that I wanted to see: The Bargello Museum. I didn't get up and out until almost 10 AM but since it was rainy and a Monday it was fairly quiet on the streets and in the Piazzas. Right outside the Palazzo Vecchio there was something going on, ...

      1671. The Renaissance

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 16, 2013

      119 photos

      ... a 50 euro museum pass and you can visit practically all of them--but for that, you'd need to spend a couple of days just going from museum to museum.

      Maybe I'll do that someday, but not today. I'd need to do some research ahead of time to figure out which museums I'd want to visit... that'll give me a good excuse to come back here. But today, I'm just going to do a hobo tour: enjoy everything that is free in this city.

      The Renaissance