Orti Di Cimabue

Address: Via Cimabue 25, Florence, Tuscany, 50121, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Santa Croce area of Florence, is near Circo-lo Teatro del Sale, Casa Buonarroti, SMA Uffici, and Cellerini.
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    Mossies, gelato and wine oh my

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... ok, not the best but its ok. We were served bread (like you do in all restaurants) and Hinesh munches on the bread. When the bill comes out we are charged cover charge (we're used to this now) then there was an extra charge for sharing the meal. Hinesh goes to question this charge since there is no way he can share my meal as he doesn't eat beef. The manager is unreasonable and he is yelling at Hinesh that since he ate the bread which was complimentary only for me apparently that he ...

    An Upmarket Market

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... Museum of the Basilica of Santa Croce on the other side of the city so we headed off in that direction. Along the way we window shopped the leather stores looking for a particular type of bag that Kerrie had in mind which we eventually found. Arriving at the Museum too late we just enjoyed the plaza outside and watched a lively puppeteer entertaining children. We then headed back home for a simple dinner watching the World Cup ...

    May 31st: Museo Stibbert

    A travel blog entry by brsorne on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... pieces of ancient weaponry, armory, clothing, paintings textiles, ceramics, furniture etc. and is a former villa of Frederick Stibbert that he transformed into a museum throughout the late 1800s until 1906 until his death in 1906. The grandeur of the collection and the beauty of the building's interior is unknowable from its exterior. His collection spans from Eastern and Western origins and luckily for me, they currently have an Islam exhibit ...

    Florence - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... but I don't think I've seen one in Italy that follows that regime. Of course all the paintings are scenes from the bible, and I'm sorry to say I don't actually recognise many of the scenes...13 years of Catholic education wasted! To the side of the of the church was a beautiful court yard. Frescoes of from the book of genesis once adorned the walls but unfortunately they are to faded to see clearly now. From the courtyard you can walk down into the tombs of the nuns who lived ...

    OOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMGGGGGGGGGGG

    A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... we are adverse to art or history, we just prefer the culture of today's society. But we'd be remiss if we skipped over all the masterpieces Florence is famous for. The only issue with our plan was that every other American summer tourist had the same "brilliant" idea. With the endless queues, humid temperatures, and pouting tantrums (we saw an adult sit on the step of Palazzo Pitti refusing to take one more step into another museum), we might as well have been at ...