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Via Pellicceria, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near The Original and Best Walking Tours, Artviva, Church of Orsanmichele, and Garden of St. Michael (Orsanmichele).
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Reviewed by montseyjuaco

Nice but with a big drawback

Reviewed Apr 12, 2013
by (6 reviews) Santiago , Chile Flag of Chile

Each day you were kicked out and could not use the facilities of the hostel from 10AM to 5 PM for reasons beyond my understanding.

Othe than that it wa fine, clean (not too clean) and had a nice vibe mainly because of the guests more than the host.

Free sangria was nice (on fridays and saturdays)

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Reviewed by tonyinghana

Great location, terrible everything else

Reviewed Feb 20, 2011
by (2 reviews) Minnetonka , United States Flag of United States

Old beds, no towels or amenities available, paper thin walls, no common room past midnight since it doubles as a workers bedroom, power goes out a lot, owner smokes in the kitchen, staff are not helpful at all, can't be there between 11-5, 2 bathrooms for a hostel that sleeps like 30 people. Oh yeah, and on my last day I found bed bugs. Don't stay here.

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Travel Blogs from Florence

David in Florence

A travel blog entry by dadndean2012 on Sep 21, 2012

15 comments, 24 photos

... breakfast at a cafe (more croissants) and boarded an open top bus for the tour of the city. After completing a circuit, we stopped off at The Church of Santa Croce, a magnificent 13th century building in the heart of Florence. Here lie the remains of Michaelangelo, Machiavelli, Dante and Rossini to name a few. It was severely damage by flood water 2m high in 1966.
From ...

Under the Tuscan sun

A travel blog entry by jayneandmark on Jan 16, 2012

3 comments, 2 photos

... one agrees what should be done, and what Grandma would want. Usually these things come together in the end. That being said, my grandma enjoyed travelling and probably would want me to continue on.
Regardless of my eventual decision, we plan to visit Pisa tomorrow. Maybe we'll lean on the tower and Nora will be the last little bit that finally pushes it over.

Primo giorno delle classi!

A travel blog entry by epipino on Aug 24, 2010

... class that I already like. First of all, we get to choose which novels we read. He gave us an option of 8 different plays/novels and we get to pick four that we want to read, along with poems and short stories that everyone has to read. But most importantly, he really emphasized that he will not tell us what to think. We can write about whatever we want to if we thought it while reading it as long as it is supported and well thought out. Now, this ...

The last days in Florence entry

A travel blog entry by alliemarie on Sep 28, 2009

2 comments, 3 photos

... my first impression of this place was pure happiness. It was so similar to Conor O'Neill's in Boulder, and they were playing American music, and it was just nice to have a beer instead of cheap red wine! We went to the back to find a table, and on the ceiling were t-shirts from various schools, and over our table was a bright yellow one...that's right, CU's spirit tee from 2007! I was so ecstatic to see it for some reason, I felt so proud that ...

Modigliani and Lidia's House for Dinner

A travel blog entry by alanjgreenhalgh on Apr 17, 2006

2 photos

... very adorable baby, the product of Chiara's recent marriage to Andrea, a very nice man we also met. We had our typical wonderful traditional Tuscan meal with Lidia, her mom, Angela, Chiara, and Laura and me. Then, of course, Lidia drove us back to Florenece and spent the night at her store in the back. I always love these dinners, and Lidia's family has shown me and my family extraordinary kindness.