Villa Antea

Address: Francesco Puccinotti, 46, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | 4 star b&b
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    Tulips are hard to grow, Schlomo

    A travel blog entry by meyerthomas81 on Apr 26, 2013

    ... worth it. I'm sure most people have seen pictures just like ours, but the view is magnificent. I'll leave it at that. We departed from our new friends after the climb down and made our way to Michelangelo's steps. So the view of The city from the Duomo was great, but it was rivaled by this one. The steps offer a view from the outside looking in. It's nearly perfect. I also found some tulips that I became obsessed with, so you'll ...


    A travel blog entry by emilysachs on Jun 24, 2012

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    ... half. We did get some yummy gelato though! We arrived in Florence around 2:00 or so and went to our little sketchy hotel, which really just gave us 4 beds and an air conditioning. They didn't speak much English and were pretty rude but oh well, we were barely there. We had an early dinner and then went to a place called Piazzale Michelangelo, which was a hike but the view of the city from the top was gorgeous! We went around sunset and just stayed there for a couple hours relaxing. ...

    Day 21 - Florence Italy - A guided tour

    A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 25, 2011

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    ... at the Duomo. We talk the narrow back streets of Florence to get there. Anne hands our the 2 iphones and 2 ipods, we put buds in our ears and fire up. “The tour begins.”

    We get a history lesson on the Duomo and its famous dome and architecture. Then we walk down the main street with all of the shopping. Listening to our audio tour gives us some nice separation from the growing crowds. I buy Katie a gelato for 7 Euro and Grant a Coke for 3 Euro. ...

    Florence, Mount Grappa, and Asolo Adventures!

    A travel blog entry by jessheim on May 25, 2010

    20 photos

    ... entire city again- there were some funny looking statues that I will post too. Then we went back across the Ponte Vecchio (it is from 1345 and all of the shops on it are expensive jewelry stores. I was wanted some!) and had some dinner at a cafe not too far away. The lasagna I had wasn't that great and the portions were tiny.. I was disappointed. Anyways, then we went to see the sun set at the Piazzale Michelangelo which was such a hike trying to get to. Once ...

    Day 12 Florence, Tuscany, Italy

    A travel blog entry by ebaltrip on May 22, 2010

    25 photos

    ... same car! Once the train arrived it is another thing trying to find the car you are in. Every car seemed to have the same number that was reflected on the ticket. We walked the entire length of the long train only to find out that our car was near the beginning. Once again signs would really be helpful. We finally boarded the train, located our seats and decided to just sit together instead of going by the seat numbers we were assigned throughout the ...