Soggiorno Venere

Via Guelfa, 59 , Florence, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Florence


A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jul 19, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... and
Italian. What ensued was a sloppy blend of all three, as I asked exhaustive
questions of all of the teas, and she explained that she often experimented,
cutting together various teas that she personally brought back from China a few
times each year.

I sampled several teas – some filled with lemongrass,
sunflowers and one that even turned the water an odd, saturated blue color,
which was unique to me. The ...


A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 20, 2014

20 photos

... floor, but the highlight is its huge high Renaissance dome, built by Brunelleschi (he had to construct a 'dome within a dome' because of the span). We climbed up 463 narrow stone steps (not for those with weak hearts and nerves) to 3 different viewing levels (2 levels where you are inside the dome on a narrow balcony, looking at the magnificent 'Last Judgement' painted ceiling and looking down into the nave way below and the final rooftop level with gorgeous views of the city and ...

Firenze, epicentre of the Renaissance

A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 13, 2014

5 photos

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Along the Arno (and anywhere in Florence for that matter) you will find stalls of artists producing some fine artwork for you to take home with you. My partiality towards black and white art had me drawn (haha drawn, geddit?!) to a particular artist's stall.. He had beautiful landscapes of Florence's skyline and one of the Ponte Vecchio. I could not resist and thus I soon found myself a few souvenirs heavier for our return trip.

I'm going Skiing in the Swiss Alps

A travel blog entry by ljean on Nov 07, 2013

2 photos

... trips you can go on as a student. After paying for transportation and a hostel you still need money for a ski lift ticket, equipment to rent, and winter clothes. I didn't exactly bring my snow pants to Italy with me. Now that I don't have to worry about that base expense it makes this trip financially possible for me and I am so grateful.
Then there is the cave jumping. I won this activity in addition to the trip. Interlaken is one of the ...

First day...busy day

A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Sep 06, 2013

4 photos

Well all things considered, the hardest part of the long trip to Firenze was sitting in that small seat for so long...transfer through CDG was a breeze....somewhat to everyone's surprise and we even had time for our first cappuccino...oh my, that's what we needed! Rivoire apartment is not exactly what ...