Travel Blogs from Florence, Italy

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Fabulous Florence, Florence, Italy travel blog

Fabulous Florence

A travel blog entry by brixbrix

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After Venice, we made our way to Florence where we had quite the good time! We spent one day exploring museums such as Academia where we saw the statue of David (who is actually much bigger than you would think), and the Uffizi gallery, where we saw works ...

Bizarre weather, Florence, Italy travel blog

Bizarre weather

A travel blog entry by jeanbean

This has been a bizarre day.  I had midterms in both of my classes and spent last night studying.  First I had my art history exam, which was tough (so much information to cover so quickly) and then I went home to study for my sociology of the ...

Florence markets and back on the train, Florence, Italy travel blog

Florence markets and back on the train

A travel blog entry by tricktalia

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... his forehead. We don't know why the train has stopped because they didn't announce it in English. Later- The three hour trip from Florence to Venice took us 8 hours, and we didn't return to Casa Petit until 11 p.m.-- in a foot of snow and with only a ...

Service with a scowl., Florence, Italy travel blog

Service with a scowl.

A travel blog entry by ragazzo1977

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... have a more independent way about them.  We had some delightful servers in Iceland, Spain and in other cities in Italy.  But the ones in Florence were down right huffy.  I'll shut up now...   After a lousy dinner, we headed over ...

I'm here I'm here!, Florence, Italy travel blog

I'm here I'm here!

A travel blog entry by chelzzz

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... It's really good to see everyone again! The next day, the newbies and myself took this freakin' long walking tour around Florence (not that I'm complaining by any means!) and checked out everything relatively close: the Arno, the Duomo, Uffizi area, and ...

Florence continued, Florence, Italy travel blog

Florence continued

A travel blog entry by bkobus

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... actually caught the bus to Siena. Siena was beautiful and our guide was great. There is a lot of rilvary between Siena and Florence, which we did not know. We had lunch there and then headed to San Gimignano, which has 14 medieval towers still standing ...

Firenze - Christmas 2005, With Familia Miele, Florence, Italy travel blog

Firenze - Christmas 2005, With Familia Miele

A travel blog entry by adrianmurray

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... the unknown Italian tradition. Elizabetha suggests we pull out the Play Station and shoot at the Television. Seriously, here I am in Florence Italy, on Boxing Day, and after stuffing myself with enormous amounts of food and liquor over two days, I am ...

TOURING FLORENCE, ITALY, Florence, Italy travel blog

TOURING FLORENCE, ITALY

A travel blog entry by dancejill

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... . There are many bridges to choose to cross and we go to the covered bridge. This is Poste Vecchio the oldest bridge in Florence where, today, all the gold jewelry shops are. There is a hidden walkway the Medici family used to get to the Uffizi ...

Buon giorno!, Florence, Italy travel blog

Buon giorno!

A travel blog entry by angelatickle

... at a Tuscan style restaurant with our friend Ilk, he went to school with Amanda at JMU and is doing a masters program here in Florence for a year. I met him their freshman year so I have known him throughout the years as well. He took us a restaurant ...

Firenze, Florence, Italy travel blog

Firenze

A travel blog entry by croxandlilt

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... , a beautiful fountain or sculpture or painting can be found. It's a great way to see Italian art - without paying for it. I loved Florence because we could wander the streets for hours (and we did) and not see the same thing twice. Best of all, I ...

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