Ninna Nanna B&B
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Florence
... and away from the business district. We were walking at a little after 7:15 and and the backlight provided by the setting sun bathed the hills in a beautiful glow. It never ceases to amaze me how the hustle and bustle of Florence makes you forget how really close you are to the hills of Tuscany. I’m grateful every time I get reminded.
We had dinner at Osteria di Pazzi, which loosely translates to crazy restaurant. Osteria di Pazzi lives up to its name. ...
... to get to the top as it is a very narrow staircase with people coming up and down the same way. They let us in in groups. I was at the start of my group which wasn't so great cos I had to keep walking with no rest so that I didn't hold everyone else up. The view from the top was great - could see all of Florence.
When I went down I stood in a small line for the Cathedral as it wasn't opening until 10am. That was less decorated than other ...
... still has the purest intentions...
So I told Becca that this was THE place to go and I wasn't going to be argued with. Brooke wins again. We got to Dante's around 8PM and didn't leave until after 10PM. Sometimes, I'm really thankful for the slower service that Italy is famous for. The four of us spent the whole night killing three bottles of wine, talking about almost everything, and repeating over ...
... as be guided to understand the artists' perceptions and concepts. It was also nice to skip the long entrance lines to the museum--it has been crowded! We had a really nice dinner with a view of the Duomo before heading to the apartment. Tomorrow we have an early train to Venice. The time is flying ...
... century building, there were large touch-screen computers with more in depth information—ha! There was also an extensive temporary exhibit from the Budapest History Museum highlighting the relationship between Hungary and Italy, also in the 15th century.
On my way back to the apartment I stopped to see the church of Orsanmichele. It’s a pretty church with beautifully painted ceilings and simple ...