La Tinaia

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

Dampened spirits in Florence

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on May 25, 2013

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... have been so far. We toured the Uffizi, the Pitti Palace, the Palazzo Vechio, and the Medici chapel and a bunch more wonderful places, incredible sights for the eyes. The crowds, the vendors combined to make this not as great a city as I remember it from so many years ago. I think that the beauty and peacefulness of the area around our cooking school didn't help the transition into tourist land again.

The weather wasn't really ...

Floored by Florence

A travel blog entry by bmurdo on Aug 19, 2012

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... rooms in apartments/houses, or shared rooms, in privately owned places that are usually in really good locations in cities across the world. We have been getting pretty realistic experiences of what it's like to LIVE in the city we are visiting, which we have loved for the most part (only downside being not having A/C in Florence)! Also, can be pretty darn cheap; our average cost per night on this trip is $108! ...

Fair Exchange

A travel blog entry by senket on Sep 26, 2011

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... of various size rather than a normal grid and collect the Pantheon.

In twenty years or so. One statue at a time once a year. But I'm not getting anything plastic, fake-marble, or that terrifying fake-bronze that looks like they make it out of green plastic and then used the same technique to put black over it as the way I aged my steampunk supersoaker. Eugh.

And when I die my kids will sell it on Ebay for $500. Brats.


What was I ...

Layne & Sammia in Florence

A travel blog entry by cltwedt on Jan 28, 2011

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... The story behind the church is "the heroic
Armenian soldier (Miniato) wished to testify his faith in Christ right
up to his martyrdom (in 250AD). After numerous ingenious yet
ineffective attempts at killing him, the roman soldiers of the Emperor
Decius finally succeeded by decapitating Miniato on the banks of the
Arno river" (which is the river that we walk over multiple times a day ...


A travel blog entry by tom.beccamarty on Jun 23, 2010

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... never work. After all the art, we went to the leather markets to find belts and a linen skirt for me. Then we ate at another market that reminded us of Fanuel Hall in Boston or Pikes Market in Seattle. It was fun wandering around, eating samples, watching the butchers and picking out a great lunch.

As we had finished in this area, we happened upon a great shoe place that had those boot-sandals I saw on someone in Rome. Tried on my size only to ...