Hotel Sorgente Roveta

Address: Via di Roncigliano N° 11, Florence, Tuscany, Cap_5020, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via di Roncigliano N° 11, Florence, is near Fun in Tuscany, San Lorenzo market, Espresso Academy, and Bicycle Tuscany.
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Florence, Italy

A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 01, 2014

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... class. We have to return to the market to browse thorough. And you can see Larry indulged in gelato, as of course did your father.



We are now giving our feet a break. Then with the sun starting through the clouds I am sure we will be off again! Ah, but it is only for dinner down the street at a family restaurant near the market. A great first Italian meal and not totally outrageous!

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Galleria d'Accademia

A travel blog entry by tfaddis on Sep 30, 2014

... as be guided to understand the artists' perceptions and concepts. It was also nice to skip the long entrance lines to the museum--it has been crowded! We had a really nice dinner with a view of the Duomo before heading to the apartment. Tomorrow we have an early train to Venice. The time is flying ...

Adventures in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by troyandkatrina on Aug 03, 2014

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... We had a local guide who took us through the church. He was very funny. We had time to shop and take snaps. We then headed to a vineyard in Monte Carlo, Tuscany. There we were taken around and explained the process of olive oil and wine making. We then had a superb dinner and lots of wine in a garden dining area. After dinner there was more wine and dancing. Fantastic night had by all. Great end to a great ...

Bird's-eye view of Florence

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Jun 01, 2014

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... crypt. There is also an interesting side chapel specially built for the tomb of a wealthy family's son, who died in the 15th-century, into which a regal-looking throne/seat was placed for family members to sit when they paid a visit!

After leaving the church, we began walking downhill several hundred yards to the Piazzale Michelangelo, a vast esplanade overlooking the city, in the center of which stands a ...

Firenze giorno due

A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 07, 2014

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... on the very windy (that’s WINE-DEE, not WIN-DEE), very hilly road that makes its way up to a lookout perch perfect for seeing the entire city of Florence. I took a few photos from the top, including a few selfies, and ran back down into town, through the Uffizi and back to our apartment. It was nearly 6 miles. I think if I stuck to the road instead of taking the pedestrian shortcuts it would have been 6. I might do the same run tomorrow morning if I ...