Marchese Margherita

Via Giusti 137, Calenzano, Tuscany, 50041, Italy | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Airport/Calenzano area of Calenzano, is near Piazza della Repubblica, Gilli, I Gigli, and Sant'Ambrogio.
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Travel Blogs from Calenzano

The Pitti Palace

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 10, 2014

28 photos

... the building. The Galleria Palletina has 28 rooms of paintings, five rooms named after planets (Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn) with paintings from floor to ceiling, as well as damask wallpaper in some of the rooms, and frescoed ceilings. You can also visit some of the apartment rooms, including a bedroom, chapel, drawing rooms etc. There are some fabulous paintings by Tiziano ...

Pants and ice cream

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 23, 2014

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On the way to find some of the best gelato in Florence I found this wonderful retro display of men's pants and vests. The nonnas must shop here for little Vincenzo and Michela. Ahhhh. The gelateria is called 'perche no' which means 'why not?' Which is an excellent name for an ice cream ...

Is it Art or is it Stuff? Florence Day 2

A travel blog entry by rdumler on Sep 19, 2013

14 photos

The Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, is world renown for its art collection, paintings and sculpture. It houses the work of Michaelangelo and Sandro Botticelli to name but a few. It's one of the "must see" spots in Florence, if not Italy. My thoughts: the experience is not for the faint hearted. You must must be ready to contend with large crowds, stuffy rooms, and sore feet. You must LOVE looking at old dark paintings, either with Mary, the Babe, ...

Firenze tourista!

A travel blog entry by pamelankatie on Jul 24, 2013

6 comments, 10 photos

... statues (mostly naked men, actually). We continued on our way to the Ponte Vecchio, which is a bridge with many merchants selling gold and jewellery. In fact, the bridge is nicknamed the Ponte d'Orro (the golden bridge). This is the oldest bridge in Florence, and was the only bridge to survive WWII. That makes it pretty special! We then walked back to meet our bus, and we hopped on for a breathtaking tour of the south side of the river Arno. It ...

Mixed results but my luck held so far

A travel blog entry by buettn on Jun 03, 2013

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... time to talk to some tourists and the office person that schedules trips. There was a cooking tour, a vespa tour, a bike tour, and finally our walking tour. I was very impressed with our guide. She put it all together, the religious, economic, and political sides to medieval and 15th century Florence, and led us to various landmarks to show this. Mondays the museums are closed so that is why I thought ...