La Tinaia

Address: Ginestra F. NA, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Wednesday June 12

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Jun 12, 2013

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... was a row of ambulances at the Tower. That was enough to put Ron off from climbing any steps today. Then down to the Piazza Della Signoria to see the square of statues including the 'rape of the Sabines' and several original roman sculptures depicting Sabine women. We went to the Uffizi Centre and bought tickets for the gallery tomorrow morning (21 Euros). Then off to the Galleria dell' Accademia to buy tickets (36 Euros) ...

The Florentine Job

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Aug 21, 2012

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After enjoying our last breakfast in our hotel, we made our way to Termini Train station. We figured out that the train was leaving from platform 2 and so we waited there on the platform. We saw a train leave as we were early for our train and luckily one of the ticket collectors told us that the train doesn't always come to this platform and sometimes it comes in a different platform which is 5 mins walk from where we were. While we were waiting for our train we started to get ...

First Few Days!!

A travel blog entry by mere.gip on Jan 14, 2012

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... with t-shirts from U.S. Universities.

The next night for dinner a few of us had waffle-gelato sandwiches, and they were AMAZING! Not the most healthy meal option, but we hadn't been to the market yet.

A student travel agency sponsored a pub crawl to a few local hang-outs. Since we had orientation early the next day, my roommates and I only went to the first few stops. ...

Rick Steves

A travel blog entry by tinyisgreat on Apr 09, 2011

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... of people from Arkansas. Mainly this really nice middle aged couple. At one point, the woman had out her Rick Steves guide book and asked which books we were using. So we told them, but I had also read a couple of his books (very freakin useful) and watched a lot of TV show episodes on Europe. So I was very familliar with him. She was saying how they ran into him in Rome. He looked like he was setting up to do some filming, and he signed her ...

Tour di Firenze

A travel blog entry by aliceemmaalex on Aug 18, 2010

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... continental breakfast means toast, jam and cheese). Sadly, the bike tour wasn’t running, so we hired bikes from the hostel and did our own tour! We spent the whole day cycling round and looking at stuff. The Duomo is amazing on the outside – just stunning in its intricacy. It’s, if possible, even better when viewed from afar, which we did later in the day. We pushed our bikes up the hill to Piazzale Michelangelo (the hill would have been tricky on ...