Villa Antea

Address: Francesco Puccinotti, 46, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | 4 star b&b
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      Into Italy - Imperia to Florence

      A travel blog entry by glynei on May 26, 2013

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... it was all a bit rushed. This time we were able to go inside both the Cathedral and the Baptistry, both of which were quite impressive, whilst in the Baptistry one of the members of staff started singing to show off the acoustics inside. Very impressive. We are back at the van now and are going to go back out later to get some more pictures with the buildings lit up, hopefully! As intended we went back into the town area and it was lovely as there was ************e ...

      A foodie city

      A travel blog entry by joyf on Oct 17, 2012

      ... the bridge and the bling sold there would blow you away. We also decided to check out our meeting point for the following day's pickup for Cinque Terre. Harry decided to find a hairdresser and I joined in an got my colour done. Funny as the hairdresser did not speak a word of English so we spoke to her through Google Translate. She was truly amazed by this technology. - lol That night we read up on our upcoming trips on trip advisor and found a ...


      A travel blog entry by italianliving on Oct 03, 2011

      ... must be a VIP. I willingly go along with the charade and allow Luciano to spoil me with his homemade wine (an honour in Italian culture), and the most ...

      Shoppers heaven.

      A travel blog entry by lc2europe on Sep 15, 2010

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... attractions. It would be great to spend more time in some of the cities to explore the backstreets as there are some amazing restaurants and bars. We climbed the dome of the Duomo which has teh most amazing view and makes you wonder how they actually built some of these things many years ago.

      On our last night we wandered up some hill (cant remember off the top of my head which one it was) and watched the sunset ...

      Back in Florence, The Uffizi and Lidia

      A travel blog entry by alanjgreenhalgh on Aug 17, 1996

      ... Giotto right in the center. A comparison of these masterpieces is very revealing of the advent a new style of painting at the dawn of the Italian Renaissance. Giotto's is so alive and human by comparison, but there are modest hints in the other two as well that painting had begun to undergo great changes. I backtracked to the Late Gothic Period for a quick look, and then headed directly to Uccello's Battle of San Romano, well, at least one third of a ...