Casa Toselli

Via Toselli, 67, Florence, Tuscany, 50126, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $76.00

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I Ponti

A travel blog entry by brendanmaggie


... that in 1593 they were banned and jewellers moved in.

The Ponte Vecchio was the only bridge the fleeing Germans did not destroy.
Originally built in Roman Times (800BC to 400AD) it is first mentioned in documents dated 996.

The Ponte Vecchio that exists today was built in 1345AD


Buongiorno Firenze!

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin


... switches trippe pd the power after we plugged the iron, so we had to call Elisa back to help us turn it back on. She came within 10 minutes with Umberto. They were so nice and fixed the problem immediately. They asked us if we liked the wine and told us that they loved to drink wine. Without hesitating Umberto went downstairs and bought us a 2002 bottle which is suppose to be one of the best in Italy! What a lovely couple. ...

Florentine Convent

A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong


... for about four hours except I had to do an extra hour with the professors for my independent study and we saw the Medici Tombs. We did more shopping of course. And sunday I toured the Michelangelo museum for my independent study and did more shopping before we left at 1:30

Every night we went out to eat. The first night took two hours and was a three course meal and incredibly filling. ...

Florence Monday 7th October 2013

A travel blog entry by margmaj


... years ago where we enjoyed lunch on Italian time...piano, piano, which means in Italian 'slowly, slowly'. The piazza was crowded with tourists and venders, all in the shadow of an amazing Cathedral - Santa Croce. We booked our tour to San Gimignano and Siena, also organised to take a cooking class, where you shop at the markets for produce first. We meandered back to our apartment, through cobblestoned streets. Sue took photos from her bedroom ...

A beautiful day in Florence

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta


... at the Uffizi was at 1 pm, and again we breezed in past the queues of people who did not plan ahead and reserve and/or were too cheap to pay the reservation fee, which in my mind is worth it without question. I went primarily to see the Botticellis, which did not disappoint, particularly the two big ones, The birth of Venus and Spring which were the standouts. I just love the renaissance paintings, the little cherubs, the rounded faces, ...

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This hotel, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Centro Storico, La Cascine, Magici Sapori, and Teatro Comunale.
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