Relais Accademia

Address: ricasoli 29, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Giotto's Bell Tower (Campanile di Giotto), Italy Segway Tours, Piazza Santa Croce, and Palazzo Medici Riccardi.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    Our Tuscany adventure begins: Florence

    A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 05, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    Another balmy day started with Rome expecting almost 30 d C but we couldn't hang round as today we are off to Florence, via the fast train express. As we were packing up, a loud chanting came through the window, which was even more amazing as we were 5 floors up! Looking out there was a small protest march going down our street with a banner saying something about schooling. There was quite a crowd further up the road so they were marching ...

    Florence day 1

    A travel blog entry by jtate on Jan 14, 2015

    ... they also were Aussie! Our cooking class started by making the soufflé. Once that spooned into the dishes it was put in the freezer. We then continued to make an eggplant, tomato, and mozzarella appetizer that was layered like a lasagna. We made gnocchi, ravioli with ragout and crumbed chicken with hollandaise sauce. After cooking we sat and chatted before our food was then brought out dish after dish. Our five course meal was concluded with the ...

    The beautiful city of gelato

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Sep 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... t particularly clear where to pick tickets up from, but ended up being just up the street. And even armed with tickets, we still had to queue 20 minutes before we were let inside. The reason this gallery is so popular - the original Michaelangelo David statue is housed here. Once inside, it wasn't too bad. It was busy. But not packed. The first room contained old (c 1300s) colourful mural style biblical paintings. They were so detailed. So lifelike. So colourful. ...


    A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Aug 26, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the world. How "college student" of me, right? About a year ago when I committed to this program, teaching was just the best way to work overseas, and it certainly didn't hurt that I do, in fact, quite enjoy the concept of teaching and learning languages. On our third day of the training program, however, as I sat in the back of the classroom and observed Emily, a current English teacher, deliver a lesson to Italians here to study English, something switched inside ...

    Days 7 & 8 - Make a legal U-Turn when possible....

    A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 02, 2014

    14 photos

    ... of pictures of a giant naked man carved in marble.

    One other remarkable item we saw in the museum was a Stradivaria Viola, made in 1690. It is the only one in the world that is entirely conserved in it's original form. As many of you know, Erin's principal instrument is the Viola, so we spent several minutes trying to figure out how to bust open the case so she could play it until the police arrived. Fortunately for everyone, she didn't have a hammer and we continued ...