La Tinaia

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

Italy part: I've lost count.

A travel blog entry by millilloyd on Jun 26, 2013

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... Michelangelo. It even had some of his sketches on he wall. Another remarkable place was a bridge the Ponte Vecchio. It has three archways and its lined with jewellery shops either side. The antique jewels were incredible. If only I was rich! We were told that this bridge was the only bridge in Florence that wasn't bombed during world war 2 because of its beauty. DAVID!! The line was huge so we did what so many others have done and posed with the fake David in the piazza. ...

Veni, vidi, Medici

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go on Oct 26, 2012

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... apparently my skillset just doesn't extend to Italian ingresses. After making sure everyone in this charming restaurant knew I was a bumbling tourist, we took a table and ordered some aqua non gassata and a fantastic appetizer, the crostini misti, a plate of toasted bread with various toppings (including liver pate, tomatoes, basil, etc.). Not a fan of liver, in any way/shape/form nor on any continent, apparently. That aside, I really did like this place. ...

Muggy Day in Florence

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Apr 03, 2012

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... Florentine style steak if you will. It is simply MASSIVE, t-bone. A bit on the pricey side but a must eat. Unless the place you pick allows you to do a 500 g portion, you'd best go with another person and share. Ours was a min. 1kg and we shared between 3 people. Pretty good steak, but if you don't eat anything less than rare, you might have an issue. It's really thick so it does take awhile to grill. Also, make sure you check the weight ...

Florence/Firenze Where The Renaissance Still Lives

A travel blog entry by studt.family on May 23, 2011

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... laundromat - not the one to match the flyer in our hands - but the door is locked. We go inside the dry cleaner next door and the clerk there talks us into letting him do the wash for only 50 cents more per load than doing it ourselves. Done deal!

Now we have time to wander, look in shops and find a place for dinner. ...

Italy-Day 4 (Florence)

A travel blog entry by tonestar on Sep 18, 2010

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... 8217;s Basilica. We saw where the Pope comes out on the balcony aswell which is cool and the Basilica in general is just awesome so it was really nice to stand there and take it all in.

After we finished there, we went and got a quick lunch. I had a pizza slice and a gelato AGAIN. I have had gelato every single day I have been in Italy so I am enjoying my chocolate, hazelnut and Coffee flavoured ice creams. They have nuts in the gelato ...