Soggiorno Battistero

Address: Piazza San Giovanni, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the San Marco area of Florence, is near Baptistry (Battistero), Duomo Museum (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo), COIN Department Stores, and Loggia del Bigallo.
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    Day 7 - Rome to Florence

    A travel blog entry by suzannetravel on Sep 20, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Can't believe we've already come to the end of our time in Rome! It's passed by in a flash. So on this transition day, we woke up early to have breakfast and finish packing. Last night Giuseppe advised us how to use the train station and what time we should get there to validate our Eurail pass. The hotel arranged for a taxi at 10am to give us …

    Traveling to Florence

    A travel blog entry by erin.steph on Jul 05, 2013

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    Today we went on a vineyard and cemetery walk in Manarola. It was interesting - there were pictures on each grave. We read that they only stay in their graves for about one generation, and then they move their bones to an ossuary in the middle of chapel floor. Traditionally the locals make weekly visits and flowers to the graves. We also saw St. Lawrence church built in 1338. Then we headed off to the train station to go to Piza then ...

    Up close and personal with some Frescoes

    A travel blog entry by morningcoffee on Sep 27, 2012

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    ... Capella Maggiore in Florence’s famed Santa Croce Basilica will not be dismantled immediately. Instead, for about a year, a small number of visitors will be able to don hard hats and clamber up the clanking steps to admire the 600-year-old frescos of Agnolo Gaddi, the last major “descendant” of the Giotto school, from close up. “Climbing up the scaffolding and standing in precisely the same spot where the ...

    I'm Actually Here!

    A travel blog entry by kstriegel on Feb 11, 2012

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... I felt like she was yelling at me. After a week of living amongst the Italian people I now realize that this elevated voice is simply how they speak.
    Our house is pretty much what I expected except for the bathroom. The toilet uses a string to flush, which is an easy adjustment so not much shock factor there. The shower, on the other hand, is... “different,” not better or worse just different. (Though the first couple of days I definitely ...

    Easter Sunday

    A travel blog entry by ironchefmeister on Apr 24, 2011

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... where it sat had carts selling Florence specialties like olive oil bottles, leather goods, paintings, etc. After The Duomo, we went south for a little while to a bridge called the Ponte Vecchio which is a really old bridge lined with old buildings spilling over the edge. All the stores used to be butcher shops, but I guess the smell got to bad, so a couple hundred years ago they turned them all into jewlery stores. We found a park a little down the ...