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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsFirenze Suite Florence
Amazing rooms and Fabulous inn keeper Blerina!
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Buon Giorno, Today we woke up with no agenda, other than perhaps my tattoo or Il duomo if it was open, we left and walked around looking for our dinner place to make sure we knew where it was and to make our reservations. Anyhow, as we are walking there I noticed a line at Galleria dell'Accademia where my favorite guy David is at! I couldn't …
Our first morning at our wonderful B & B Suite Firenze and we get breakfast brought in by Blerina, it was the cutest thing ever! We bummed around since it was raining most of the morning and we weren't sure what to do today. We decided to go to The Leaning Tower of Pisa! I am glad we did, I've always wanted to go but I wasn't sure we would have …
Rested and awoke feeling pretty damn good, packed up had breakfast at the hotel and off we went on our next adventure! Said bye to Rome, I was pretty sad. If you listen closely to the video you can hear me say "CIAO BELLISIMA ROMA" I sound pretty authentic after only four days! Lmao! Play with it! Took the fast train to Florence, Arrived in …
Leaving the hotel in Rome, I got my first Italian kiss from one of the male hotel receptionists! Haha! It was a bit tricky to figure out our train ticket and platform for departure at the Termini Train Station, we ended up getting some help from an English speaking staff person and were then on our way! Arriving in Florence we took a cab to the B& …
... ancient church of Santa Reparata which is accessible from inside the Cathedral via stairs. This area was below the cathedral and was an archeological "dig". It was probably built in the sixth century, during the reign of Teodorico, and was one of the first major signs of Christianity having reached Florence. The cathedral was probably built to give thanks for the victory of the Christians over the King of the Goths around the year 405. The structure of the ...