Tra le due Torri

Address: Via Santa Elisabetta 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Chianti Road, and Antinori Winery.
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      Day Eighteen: Rainey day

      A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Sep 10, 2014

      We had another impressive thunderstorm last night. Thankfully I was tired enough to sleep through most of it! In jewelry class we worked more on our rings! Sewing was great again! We learned how to do different seams for clothing! I studied most of the night, but I took a break to book my weekend ...

      Florence...gelati, bell towers, and David

      A travel blog entry by browne2014 on Jul 03, 2014

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      ... we went to The Academy to see first hand Michelangelo's masterpiece "David"...even better than you can imagine. There were some other bits and pieces there as well. From here we then visited the Basilica of St Croce, where we saw the tombs of both Michelangelo and Galileo Galilei. Paul, Maddie and Sarah decided they needed another vertical challenge, so they went back to the Duomo in the afternoon to climb to the top of the Dome, even higher than the bell tower. ..whilst Adele ...

      Some Renaissance gems

      A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 23, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... was a marvel of engineering for the 15th-century, and remains so to this day. Although the Baptistery is currently undergoing restoration work on its hexagonal facade, copies of Ghiberti's intricate bronze door panels are available for viewing, so we spent several minutes jockeying for position to view them more closely, and to take some photographs.

      It began to drizzle as we walked north from the Duomo ...

      Florence: Lucky for Some.

      A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 07, 2014

      23 photos

      ... proper funding to do anything to them. What a waste. If my country had even a fraction of this artistic and cultural wealth you can bet the nation would be taxed exorbitant amounts to make sure something was done about restoring it. And I for one wouldn't be complaining.

      I already knew that Uffuzi housed some Bottecelli's and Micelangelo's, but I didn't realise that it also housed da Vinci's, Caravaggio's, Rembrant's and van Dyck's among many others. One of the ...

      A week exploring Italy

      A travel blog entry by mccauleyj on Jul 18, 2013

      ... hostel. Next day began at the coliseum and I ended up walking around the Roman Forum and nearby sites. Incredible! The history was so hard to imagine. I was walking on the same ground that Roman leaders walked on in 250 AD. That was unfathomable. I think the moment it hit me hardest was when I saw old roman games still completely in tact carved into the stone beneath large roman pillars. The history in Rome was 100% worth the trip down there even if I didn't meet ...