Hotel Cordova

Via Cavour, 96, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | Hotel
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Sightseeing around Florence

A travel blog entry by schreinski


... sandwich places in Florence. We each got a different type of sandwich and shared some homemade onion rings! We then walked to the Ponte Vecchio and of course got MORE GELATO! We then toured the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella and made our way to the San Lorenzo Markets (Leather) and the Central market (Food). I then took my parents up to the San Miniato church - up the 200 stair hike and ...

"Pitti Palace"

A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn


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In any case, we walked through several rooms filled with ivory, relics from the Medici family, i.e. old silverware, plates, bowls, rugs, etc. etc. Crosses with Jesus on them carved from stone, ivory, and lopus lucy. Let me just say, Keith was about to wet his pants. If anyone knows Keith, he loves oriental relics and antiquities.

After about an hour of drooling we ventured out into the garden. Oh my, this garden was massive. I thought ...

Chooooo Choooooo

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88


... waited for him to leave then fell back to sleep and enjoyed the rest of the trip.

When we got to Florence we jumped off the train but there was no one else on the platform or in the station. We both thought it was really strange and then a man walked by and told us that this wasn't the main Florence stop so we quickly jumped back on the train.

Five minutes later we arrived at the correct station and walked around for ages trying to find a loo ...


A travel blog entry by jeanie.moore.16


... but it is surprisingly expensive. The packet bread like NZ is stuffed with preservatives which means it has a best before date about 4 weeks away.
* The butter still tastes strange (like in Turkey), and the whipped cream is day-glo white. (Not the colour 'cream' like you would expect.)
* The major cities are packed with tourists - 90% of the people you see aren't Italian
* There are a lot of churches. Thousands.
* We are looking forward to the ...

Veni, vidi, Medici

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go


... tell the difference. A lot of these stalls, actually, are just fronts for shops lining the streets themselves: stop and eyeball a pair of gloves and you'll find yourself being shown to a shop a few steps away. Be prepared for a very un-American tradition: haggling. Not my forte. That aside, it's a neat atmosphere, and one I think everyone should check out, even with the ever-present possibility of pickpocketing. I mean what's life without a little risk, right? ...

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This hotel, located in the San Marco area of Florence, is near Statue of David, Galleria dell'Accademia, Accademia, and Museo di San Marco.
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