Soggiorno Battistero

Address: Piazza San Giovanni, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | B&B
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    Road trip to Florence

    A travel blog entry by pathfinder35 on Feb 13, 2013

    5 photos

    ... copy of David stands and numerous other statues. It was cool - about 5 degrees - but we had layers of clothes. The city center was as beautiful as we remembered it.

    For the evening, we went to a cafe recommended by the hotel staff - Vecchio Osteria dal Nacchero - which was a 10 minute walk. We all had pasta dishes - I had 'paccheri alla Trabacolada del Chianti - giant penne like pasta with a light wine sauce for 8 E. I also had the cheese cake and embarrassed myself ...

    Italy, it's a Pisa cake.

    A travel blog entry by dgsutherland on Apr 25, 2012

    ... we walked out of the terminal the rain clouds had rolled away and were replaced by a beautiful blue sky. Yahoo!  The day was spent walking through the streets and just taking in the sights. In travel books they always say that you 'just have to get lost in Venice'. Turns out it is a pretty easy thing to do although still very enjoyable. We saw the main sights including the Rialto Bridge and San Marco's Square. Due to the rain, the square was partially flooded so the masses ...

    Rain, Rain Go Away- Part Three

    A travel blog entry by fink_friou on Jun 04, 2011

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... not able to be exported. It was AWESOME.

    From there, we scooted to the Corsini winery. The Corsini family traces their lineage back to Pope Clement, meaning they essentially own the Trevi Fountain and all of the other buildings he commissioned. We had a tour of the winery, learned all about the wine making process, and had lunch. We got to try a ...

    Gelato, Bruscetta, Gnocchi, Pizzia, WIne, and Cafe

    A travel blog entry by akincheloe on Oct 15, 2010

    5 comments, 113 photos

    ... group who wanted to avoid the drama for the night at another incredible restaurant. I learned the secret to AMAZING Italian food is you simply must be Italian because I didn't have any mediocre meals in Italy. For this meal I had bruchetta which was as good as Mario's mom, gnocchi again except in a spinach cream sauce. My second course was the best of all, ready for it!!! Osabucco (not sure how to spell it) but it's the extremely tender piece ...