Antica Sosta dei Viandanti

Address: Via Fiesolana 24, Florence, Tuscany, 50127, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Airport/Calenzano area of Florence, is near Taste Florence, Circo-lo Teatro del Sale, Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico), and Casa Buonarroti.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    "The Kindness of Strangers"(mum selected le title)

    A travel blog entry by lozzafisher on Jul 11, 2015

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    Today we were travelling from Sorrento to Florence. We took a train to Naples. There are two Napoli stations, this I didn't know and so I figured it would be the last one. However, having already arrived at the first Napoli station, some men were telling me and mum we needed to get off here. I panicked and rushed off the train but mum couldn't get off in time. As I stumbled off the train, I heard mum yell out and as the train door closed I saw mum still in the train. ...

    It's a long way to the top.

    A travel blog entry by levy2013 on Jun 01, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... building is a commemoration to all the Jews of Florence who perished in the war.

    From there we took a slightly lost way back along the river towards the Ponte Vecchio (for our last amazing Gelato - it's worth the walk at Carraia). We saw across the river a small (I'm sure they call it a beach) bit of sand. I'd definitely question going for a dip in the Ponte Vecchio!!. We returned near our hotel where Dareen left me to squeeze the last few daylight hours ...

    Florence - Vecchio and Baptistry

    A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 11, 2015

    ... is where many of the Medici family and the poet Dante were baptized. The beautiful mosaic ceiling is very different from other religious structures, and the baptistry also features a set of doors (now reproductions on display to preserve the originals from the elements). These carved relief doors, made by Lorenzo Ghiberti, depicting stories from the Old Testament. The doors to 27 years for his workshop to carve. Michelangelo dubbed the doors the "Gates to ...

    Pisa and all that Leans.

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 21, 2014

    ... was a stack of rubbish lying around and did not leave a good impression on us but then the park opened up and the rubbish disappeared and we could enjoy the beautiful coolness of the early evening and the many other people walking and enjoying the park. There had been a festival at the other end of the park that had obviously finished and people were walking away from it Takeaway pizza was for dinner and it was very tasty. Tomorrow we explore ...

    Monday 11th August

    A travel blog entry by kimmcauley on Aug 11, 2014

    Monday 11th August Today I travelled on the Busabout tour from Rome to Florence, stopping in Orvieto and going via Siena. Today summed up: What I saw: The township of Orvieto. I went on the funicolare to get up to the Orvieto township; the funicolare was much like a small one carriage tram. I saw a huge Duomo in Orvieto. I didn't go inside but it looked beautiful. In Orvieto I brought Dad a present; a fish shaped pot stand and a 'taster' wooden spoon. Once in Florence I did ...