Tourist House Vittorio Ricci

Via De' Martelli 7, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | B&B
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A day Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor


... to the river to see the lights on the river, of course they were spectacular. We ended the day by picking up another Panini from the same shop as last night and heading back to the hostel dinner, wine and movies.

My tomato and mozzarella unwrapped itself on the way home and a piece of the cheese made its way onto the top of my camera. This would eventually lead to the death of my camera the following day … very sad death by ...

Florence & Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by shockie13


... on their honeymoon! We exchanged details and arranged to have dinner in Venice in a few nights time. We managed to sell our excess tokens which was lucky and found out how social a laundromat can be! The rest of the day, we walked to see some of the sites including the Florence Duomo, the replica statue of David, the markets and a few other statues and churches. That night, we caught up with Bec and Troy for dinner, where we went to an Italian ...

Grazie Mille, Firenze!

A travel blog entry by jdacut


... course we had to go in there! A few purchases later, and Alyssa and I were ready to head back to the hotel. We ended up running into the rest of our group, so we waited in the taxi stand line with them.

I had my hopes set on a nap, but once we got back to the hotel and passed by the pool, we noticed it was empty! We quickly changed and headed down to get some sun and relaxation. Upon our immediate arrival, a pool attendant handed us towels and ...

First time in Firenze

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... every half an hour or so. Which is a great idea because the museum isn't packed out and you can move around and look at everything very freely - unless you come across a loud annoying HUGE group (which ours was not - we were quite small compared to others). Our guide was a woman who studied Art History and knew it very well but she was also someone who did not give one ****! She would stare people down with the stink eye if they bumped into her or talked loudly in her ...


A travel blog entry by ashleykperez


... and Florence are very different cities overall. Florence's downtown area is much smaller and much less populated. I saw two buses during my entire stay and in Rome I see two buses per block. Florence's landscape was beautiful, but I do prefer the hustle and bustle of Roma. Overall it was a good trip and I am really glad I got to go with my friends from Rome and meet up with a friend from home as well.


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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Giotto's Bell Tower (Campanile di Giotto), Baptistry (Battistero), and Duomo Museum (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo).
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