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Picturesque Florence

A travel blog entry by stories_of_ben

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As I write this entry for Florence I must admit it's all starting to become a blur. This may be due the alcohol content in my system but I’m pretty sure it’s more to do with the fact we’re constantly on the go.

Just like Paris, Florence is full of historic monuments covered in grand facades and mesmerising mosaics. …

Florence Again!

A travel blog entry by rickandluann

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... Baptistry. Lucky for me, I needed to return for a hair appointment and an emergency trip to the apple Store for iPhoto help. So when we returned for an overnighter, I got another opportunity for a few more a few sight-seeing activities.



I hate to complain here, but I was disappointed in the Duomo Museum because the top two floors were closed without notice. We ...

Fantastic Florence

A travel blog entry by goweregypt

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... quite a bit of time at David's statue before looking in the other rooms of paintings, frescoes, plaster casts for making statues and finally some old musical instruments. In this section there were two people playing an old spinet and a flute that looked more like a recorder. Again as we left it had been raining. We bought gelato - Greg had agrum and I had coffee: very nice.
In a bit of backtracking we went over to the Ponte Vecchio which was also ...

Day 8 - Florence

A travel blog entry by christie.orr

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... US military bases in Turkey, to purchase it as a token of their love for their spouses, partners and significant others back home.
Most of us purchased one and they are very pretty! Lucy has promised to show us how to put it together, otherwise there would be a problem when we need to take them off!
After the leather and jewellery store we set off on our own to explore the city, Stacey, Matilda and I set off to the ...

On the Way to Florence

A travel blog entry by mlcisobels

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... my itinerary and it said that we were going up to Mount Subasio. At the foot of Mount Subasio there was a small old medieval village. By the time the whole group had reached the top we were all puffed but were grateful for the beautiful view of Assisi.

Later after climbing down we went to the St Francis' Basilica. It was very beautiful even though it looked a ...

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