Residenza Le Rondini

Via S. Zanobi 43, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via S. Zanobi 43, Florence, is near Museo di San Marco, Convent San Marco, San Marco, and Convent of Santa Apollonia (Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia).
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Our day in the Chianti wine region of Tuscany!

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 16, 2014

... be able to plan it at an appropriate time to press.

Next we climbed the tower in the castle and got to check out the view from the top. We then entered a room and got to try 3 different chianti wines and 2 different olive oils. They were pretty good, however chianti wines are generally white wines because the chianti region doesn’t grow white grapes. The olive oils were okay, one was really spicy and we tried them on traditional Tuscan bread. ...

Italy continued

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on Apr 23, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... sculptures and fretwork, columns, fancy iron work, paintings in abundance which can all be enjoyed for free in this lovely city just by wandering around and looking. Florence’s medieval past is everywhere.

Ponte Vecchio, the most famous bridge in Italy I would imagine was, to me, quite underwhelming. It is a stone arch bridge over which shops have been built. This is apparently what happened in the middle ages. The shops here all ...

Under the Tuscan fog

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Dec 11, 2013

4 photos

... in fake leather now, or so we'd like to think. Then we chilled with Pinocchio before Cel and I headed to another fancy art gallery. Once again, she was running around excited about all the famous paintings, whereas I spent a great deal of time staring at the ceilings. When we were once again falling asleep on our feet we headed towards the exit, but got distracted by coffee and Kinder Buenos, and spent the next hour sitting on a bench staring out over ...

Florence: Home of the Renaissance

A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Oct 14, 2013

23 photos

... the progression of art through the years and the different regional techniques. The Uffizi was the first museum in the world established by the wealthy Medici family and displayed Italy's finest masterpieces from 13th to 17th century.

An extra special treat was to explore the Vasari corridor that the Medici family built in 1535 to connect their home in the Pitti Palace on the south side of the Arno River to the their offices on ...

A beautiful day in Florence

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta on Sep 22, 2013

10 photos

... the madonna and child, then moved on to the great hall featuring the giant slayer himself, the most talked about man in the Academia, the one and only David by Michaelangelo Buonarroti. David is everything you expect him to be: larger than life, a centrepiece, perfectly chiseled from every angle and basking in the light cast by the dome under which he stands, built just for him. The intense look of concentration on his face as he sizes up ...