Relais Firenze Stibbert

Address: via Raffaello Lambruschini 39, Florence, Tuscany, 50134, Italy | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on via Raffaello Lambruschini 39, Florence, is near Museo Stibbert, Convent of Santa Apollonia (Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia), Alinari Scooter Rental, and Parterre/ Open On-Air.
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Florence, Italy

A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 08, 2014

6 comments, 133 photos

... that's what we are used to in Copenhagen.
When we arrived at the airport, right off the bat, it didn't seem as clean as what we are used to, like being much more stuffy and not having as nice signs and whatnot. We followed the signs to the train, and had to buy tickets to take a bus to Rome's central station, Termini. So that's what we did and got there in about a half hour. On our way, I noticed a prostitute standing at a bust station, so I was wondering how common that would be. ...

Day Seven: Friends

A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Aug 30, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... best views of the city. We then found what I think was the best gelato ever! I got peanut and it was sooooo much better that I have ever had in the US! We then went to a park where they were showing the Firenze football team play Rome! After we may have gotten more ...


A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 04, 2014

13 photos

... provides bread, you get some local olive oil and balsamic vinegar too, except at this restaurant where when we asked about it, the answer we got was ‘we’re not obliged to provide it’, well that’s all well and good but we didn’t really feel like eating dry salty bread. The rest of the meal went down hill and overall lunch left a bad taste in our mouths – both physically and mentally.

Our final stop in ...

A cantaloupe, the Duomo, baptistery and campanile

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on May 14, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... in its gorgeous geometric inlaid marble.In 14th-16th C three sets of bronze doors (Ghiberti and Pisano, extraordinarily beautiful cast bronze panels depicting biblical stories) & 3 magnificent marble sculptures by Donatello were put in place.
The Duomo, one of the most famous religious building in the world commenced in the last decades of 13th C and was built as the ancient St ...


A travel blog entry by judyrice on May 07, 2013

7 photos

Left Rome yesterday for Assissi and visited church of St Francis, quaint village before arriving in the beautiful Florence. Had visit to a monestry and four course dinner with monks waiting on us and providing the musical entertainment, wonderful evening, waltzed with a monk and they sure provide some lethal brews. Today did the usual Florentine things, Duomo, David, Ponte Vecchio, etc ...