Hotel Palazzo Benci

Address: Piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini, 3, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Mercato Centrale, Basilica di San Lorenzo, Caf Tour & Travel, and San Lorenzo.
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Leonardo’s City of Flowers

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 18, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... in a variety of suggestive poses but I noticed on the other end of the ceiling was only to women who seemed to be crying probably because they had been left out of the orgy at the other end of the room. The first course then arrived and it turned out to be a meat Platter with some hams and Salamis with a side of salad. The second course arrived soon after in multiple stages. The second course was a variety of pasta dishes including spaghetti, cheesy ravioli, Pesto ...

Florence, Pisa and Cinque Terre!

A travel blog entry by casbang on Jun 03, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... to him in spanish and pretty much told him to leave us alone. Once back in Pisa there were no trains running so we had a hour forty five minute wait until a bus came to take us back to Florence. By the time we got on the bus at 1:45 am we were buggered and wanted nothing else to do but sleep but no the bus driver thought he was michael Schumacher in the formula one final. He honestly drove like a psychopath, so as we drifted in and out of consciousness with every bend in ...


A travel blog entry by melstravels on Sep 21, 2012

28 photos

... basics of art, but I was impressed, for whatever that’s worth. Reading the information on the plaques and listening to our guide talk about it helped provide a lot of context for the wonder that is this sculpture, and then eyeing it for myself and taking in the level of detail and the very life-like qualities of the sculpture had even me agreeing that it was indeed a real work of art.

My newly-acquired taste for sculptures was ...

Day 23: Snow Patrol

A travel blog entry by lizcarleton on Feb 08, 2012

An entire day dedicated solely to the attempt of getting ourselves home. We'd already accomplished the primary indoor activity, everything else on our list was either closed or covered in ice. I couldn't complain too much. On my one previous visit to Rome, we had to one day to cover centuries of history. We had walked past the Coliseum and Forum, took the photo-op in front of the Trevi fountain, saw the Pantheon, and walked into St. Peter's Square. I felt guilty for copping ...


A travel blog entry by italianliving on Apr 22, 2011

... the famous walled city near Siena. Peaceful streets and the silvery moonlight reflecting off the 14 dignified towers add to ...