Soggiorno Alessandra

Borgo San Frediano 6, Florence, Tuscany, 50124, Italy | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    An Upmarket Market

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 13, 2014

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    After lunch we headed to Santa Maria Novella nearby. Its fašade of white and green marble dates from 1470. The interior is Gothic and full of light and geometric patterns on the walls and floor. Suspended at the transept is a beautiful painted crucifix by Giotto and on one wall is the famous fresco of the trinity painted by Masaccio which caused such a stir in its day because it was the first use of perspective and ...

    Under the Tuscan Sun (literally)

    A travel blog entry by kblas1125 on May 25, 2014

    This morning we left Rome and took the hour train ride to Florence. It was hard to leave Rome, but I was excited for a new adventure. We got to Roma Termini, boarded a bullet train and we were off. When we got to Florence we quickly realized this city is much different. We all trucked it a good 25 minutes in 85 degree weather( with the heaviest backpack ever...shouldn't have loaded so heavy) and found our new home for the next three days, Opera B&B. ...

    Florence - Not Too Shabby

    A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Feb 22, 2014

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    Found a great overnight train to Barcellona which fit perfectly into our schedule. Went back to the hostel, got our bags and ate $15. Go to get on the $140 train and find out it's to Barcellona, Italy. With two L's in Sicily. WTF! Long story short we got another amazing hostel and planned to fly to Barcelona and get a refund the following morning.

    Marc found a flight for $210 which I didn't want to pay and said I'd meet him there ...


    A travel blog entry by prairiegirl on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... the University of Barcelona, the Boqueria Market, and past many buildings designed by Gaudi and other artists of the day, all competing for the Modernist look in their works.

    That afternoon we boarded the Royal Princess, and sailed away on a twelve-day Mediterranean cruise. We missed the first port of call in Toulon, France but were ready and eager for the second port of Florence. First off on our walking tour we saw Michelangelo's ...


    A travel blog entry by clarkepostcards on Sep 20, 2013

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    Firenze was a great stay. The owner of the hotel was one of the most helpful and nicest people we have met. She gave us directions to every thing recommended the best restaurants and all we had to do was ask. I got an amazing leather wallet at an amazing price by bargaining with the vender. One of the funniest moments in Firenze was when we went into museum that has Michelangelo's ...