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, Mac & Idea, Fiamma CG, and Sarallo Sport.
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      By train from Interlaken Ost to Florence

      A travel blog entry by victor.duval on Oct 02, 2014


      I suggested previously that this was going to be a monster journey to Florence and this was the case. Altogether we had to make three train changes - one at Spiez, another at Brig and a final one at Milano Centrale before we finally reached Florence. After we pulled out of brig a couple of customs officers walked through the train with the odd request for a passport but that was it.
      As I have said before it is not the changes that are difficult, it is ...

      I'm in love with this place

      A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 23, 2013

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      ... 12-year-old Tuscan balsamic. A 100ml bottle of the stuff costs 80 euro, and I can see why. It takes a lot of time and labor to prepare something of such high quality and I I’m glad I was able to experience tasting it. We then finished our tour at Vestri, a gelateria and chocolateria, where we made our over-fed selves enjoy a little more decadence with artisan chocolate and gelato.

      Post-tour, our professor gave us a list of 15 photos to take or tasks to ...

      A Renaissance Revelation

      A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Sep 04, 2012

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      ... best gelato so far on the trip. Next, we followed an audioguide tour of the city we had downloaded before we left. It took us through Florence's major sights related to the Renaissance. I found it fascinating. Even though Florence isn't the "prettiest" city we've seen so far, there's something I really like about it. I love the history; I can imagine how exciting it must have been during the Renaissance, with all the new ideas and art emerging, and ...

      Rome was most definitely not built in a day

      A travel blog entry by luciferm on Sep 16, 2011

      Well, what can you say about Rome? Did you know it has a colosseum? I struggle to comprehend why Paris and London are hailed as amazing cities, but it's not difficult to work out why Rome is held in such high esteem. An astonishing city, filled with beauty, character, personality and history. I've spent a total of 6 days here now, and I really feel like a month wouldn't be enough to really get to know it. From the Pantheon to the Trevi fountain to the Arch of Konstantine to the Santa ...

      Duo in the Duomo

      A travel blog entry by billnpat on Feb 17, 2011

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      ... sunny Saturday. There was a large Saturday market along one side of the wall which we took some time to peruse, and then a ride through the town with its bright and open market squares. Definitely a must stop for anyone traveling in the area.

      The rest of the day was autostrada driving… comfortable and smooth and quick, but expensive…almost $35 from Lucca to Imperia. I am afraid that expense will continue into France as long as we need to make ...