Hotel Ottaviani

Address: Piazza degli Ottaviani, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Piazza degli Ottaviani, 1, Florence, is near Church of Santa Maria Novella, Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella, and Palazzo Strozzi.
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    Tour of Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by afoxi911 on Sep 27, 2015

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    ... at this medieval town after a 1hr 20 min drive where we went on a walking tour with a local guide named Barbara. Here we put on our walky talkies and earpieces so we could hear the history lesson Barbara was delivering. It was a fascinating town drenched in history. There are 17 different districts (like the hunger games) that divide the town, each being assigned an animal (owl, porcupine, eagle, the list goes on), to ...

    A Day Trip To Siena

    A travel blog entry by handdjm on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... lack of salt on the table at most restaurants, something she is less than pleased about! We stopped off at a few leather shops on the way home and a purchase was made with future possible purchases stored in the memory bank. (These leather shops were on our way home after all.) Friday August 7 A day in the car with a new driver to the wheel DJ Maxi. We were headed on a day trip to Siena with a pit stop at Greve in Chiati. Julie had read that Greve had ...

    Riviera to Renaissance

    A travel blog entry by wfh on Jun 14, 2015

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    After eating breakfast on the deck overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, we headed south to see certain leaning tower. Pisa was hopping with tourist and guys selling faux Rolex watches and Gucci bags. We passed on the swag but took the obligatory photo in front of the tower.

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    Our finale

    A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... stomach of the cow.

    After WWII, the country was devastated. It had been demolished and had very little. So people sold the better parts of the cow to anyone who could afford it and then fed their families the parts that were left. Typically a soup was made with the Tripe or Lampredotto. But now, it is typically served as a sandwich or a snack. Antonio explained it began as a dish of the peasants, but now even the best restaurants would have it on ...

    Cruising in luxury

    A travel blog entry by zazzyzara on May 18, 2014

    ... I then sat down at the table, and caught the table cloth in my legs and sent the glasses on the table sliding and shaking, with the four waiters either launching to save the glassware or turning around to suppress laughter so not to embarrass me more. I'd like to think I had planned this entrance to draw attention away from the bright pink trainers... When Zara and I landed in Istanbul we caught the local tram for ...