Villa Camerata Youth Hostel

Address: Viale Augusto Righi 2/4., Florence, Tuscany, 50137, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Viale Augusto Righi 2/4., Florence, is near Pugi Marcello, Fiamma CG, Mac & Idea, and Centro Foto 2.
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    Leaning Towers and more cathedrals

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 15, 2015

    5 photos

    ... this building is. Not sure my words here can do it justice. Large, gothic, reds, greens, whites, spires, intricate...its glorious. Especially with the newly washed sidewalks, and the sun shining on the front. Pity that I dropped my camera on the hard cobblestones and busted it. Two buttons snapped off, so I guess its all about iPhone photos now. Makes me a bit cross that the wrist strap has broken so quickly - only bought it before I came away. Not like I was bungy jumping with ...

    Day trip to Florence

    A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... like lots of little royal carriages all stacked together. Then the walk over, trying to get a look between the hords of people pushing and shoving, getting the windows finder marked every second, much to the angst of those who had the really exclusive stores and were kept busy with polishing cloths. Didn't see anything I wanted to ask the price of, much to Paul's relief. All a bit blingy or too big for me. A ...

    First time in Firenze

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 06, 2013

    151 photos

    ... walls with priceless statues and paintings, and the Botticelli room which were sealed off - we could only look inside - not enter. The tour covered off all of the main things and did a good job of explaining why the famous paintings were famous, and showing the progression from the earliest works to the later ones.

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    The Title I Wanted To Write Is Offensive...

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 10, 2012

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    ... here in Florence so far: -In Rome I met an Aussie named Luqman who has become my travel buddy. We came to Florence together, are staying in the same hostel and even doing our day trips together -There is a piazza full of replicas of famous statues. However, instead of being amazed by this awesome public display of art we kept laughing at a guy getting teabagged (Neptune) and six separate ...

    WTF size

    A travel blog entry by senket on Sep 15, 2011

    2 comments, 11 photos

    So today we went to Il Duomo. For Real this time. We bought the Everything Pass, which was totally worth the ridiculous price.

    Here's how it is: there is a gigantic dome on top of a gigantic building that is entirely decorated with three different kinds of marble (white, pink and green). The building was made in the 13th century, the dome in the 15th century and the facade was not complete until, I kid you not, the 19th.

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