Villa Antea

Address: Via Francesco Puccinotti, 46, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | 4 star b&b
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    Religion, Food and Art

    A travel blog entry by nannakez on May 02, 2014

    5 comments, 35 photos

    ... a little later with a drive to Orvieto but because of May Day we had to go to the Vatican Museum this morning which set our day back so any saving of time was good. Lunch in Orvieto was at a famous Italian chefs restaurant and he was doing a pasta making demonstration for us. To reach the hill town the coach had to drive to a certain point where we disembarked and went up on a series of underground escalators to come out near ...


    A travel blog entry by casbedd on May 07, 2013

    ... we drank at a bar while we waited for the ice skating show to start. Col went down and played the pokies in the casino and won a couple of hundred $$, so lucky! We watched the ice skating show, it got pretty boring by the end so we walked out. Then the girls did some karaoke in the cubicle, it was so funny! Col and I went to bed before everyone else because he still had a sore head :( our room cleaner had made the coolest towel dog on our bed, and even put my sunnies on ...


    A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 25, 2013

    12 photos

    ... strictly to the sale of jewelry. We window shopped at many stores that we couldn’t afford, but it was fun to look at so much gold and silver in one place. We stopped for a piece of pizza and then headed back to see our friend David. This statue is a trbbute to the biblical hero David, who defeated the giant Goliath. Though I’ve seen pictures of the statue of David many times, there was still something so majestic and awesome about it. The statue ...

    Au Revoir Morocco, Buon Giorno Italy!

    A travel blog entry by kallistrates on May 23, 2012

    ... in, about 2 hours? ...Well, it turns out that Pisa airport doesn't let people on the red eye flights catch some shut eye in the airport. They shut the whole airport down and give everyone the boot shortly after the last flight of the night lands. So, instead of spending the night on the airport floor, we had to settle for sleeping on the patio of ...

    Day 4 - Rome to Florence

    A travel blog entry by nrlogan on Sep 13, 2011

    39 photos

    ... a list way too long to accomplish.  Sat next to Santo, a local resident who conveniently owns a bar/Ristorante in town as well as a leather store (what Florence is popular for). He introduced me to the saying "good girls go to Paris, bad girls go to Italy". For some reason I just thought that was hysterical. He gave me the scoop on local sites, etc. and then I was off the view the sunset over the Ponte Vecchio - the famous bridge built in 1345 and was the only bridge saved ...