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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Franchi Florence
Hotel Franchi is initially hard to find (needs much better, bigger signage), but it is nice, clean, basic accommodation near the Amerigo Vespucci Airport in Florence.
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... taxi. While loading Ed sees a surprise on the wheel of Jo's suitcase not mentioning it to the cabbie with all 8 bags in the Citrone van. Jo keeps telling Jan she smells dog pooh??? Ix nay on the poop nay. 20 Euro bill for a 5.30 ride later we arrive at the Marriott and Mike walks in 40 minutes later...no sweat with no bags to schlep. Florence is definitely not Orvieto and as of yet no Rome. Cinque terre tomorrow. ...
... thing I think they were impressed. The Botacelli, Michelangelo's, Leonardo di Vinci, and hundreds of others. It's amazing to see so many masterpieces in one place. Florence is all about art, architecture, Pizza, gelato, and leather goods from what we've seen so far. Elaine and I continue to wake early, go for a long walk, catch a cappuccino, then head back for the kids. The cities are beautiful in the morning and we can get some ...
... clothing caring flowers and flags. Having no idea what the parade was for, we just enjoyed the fact that we happened upon some sort of traditional ceremony during our last night’s dinner.
After dinner we headed home full and happy. We have really enjoyed Florence and we think Tuscany in general deserves a longer closer look….next time! Tomorrow it’s off to Pisa, the leaning tower and then the Cinque Terre!
Dan and ...
... by a woman who welcomed us, and told us that we "had a very special room," and she would escort us to it right now. So Laura, Lidia (my friend who would be driving us around Tuscany that day), and I went to the 3rd floor, down the beautiful hallway to a room in the corner that had double doors in a small alcove. I immediately thought something was up, as the room appeared to have quite an entrance. Through the doors to a room that ...