Parkhotel Galileo

Via Prulli 103/B , Reggello, Tuscany, 50066 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Prulli 103/B , Reggello, is near The Mall, Accidental Tourist, Gucci Outlet, and Gucci.
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    Travel Blogs from Reggello

    First Day in Florence

    A travel blog entry by hannahyoo730 on May 25, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... church in the world, built during the Renaissance era. After the church, we had more downtime, and then came across a bridge over a beautiful scene of the city and a river. After that, we walked back home, and decided to call it a day early. I am excited to visit museums tomorrow, after a low key day getting used to the nicer ...

    A day of art and an apology

    A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 15, 2013

    3 photos

    ... justice.

    After the Accademia, a quick stroll over to grab lunch where the best lasagna I have ever had was served. Don't know what made it so great because it was a very simple meat lasagna but wow...another great meal!

    Post lunch we headed to the Uffizi for a tour to see some of the master works of the Renaissance period. If you have never been to Italy, this museum is a must ...


    A travel blog entry by rcorbett on Jun 23, 2013


    ... were traveling together and staying in hostels. A big table became available so we all sat together and shared our stories. Did I mention that we have met the nicest people on this trip?
    June 22nd
    Today we went on a 5 hour Taste of Florence tour. We started in a meat market...then to the local produce, meat and specialty market (like a super big farmer's market only inside and way ...

    Bittersweet Ending

    A travel blog entry by green019 on May 31, 2013

    8 photos

    ... and tour guide and the professors who travelled here with us never missed out on teachable moments. Whether we were in seminar or on day trips, we were always learning something new. As much as I hope everyone has enjoyed keeping up with my blogs, this experience can only be completely understood by your own participation. I am leaving Casa Cares and Italy with new friendships, new experiences, a new understanding of a foreign culture, and a new appreciation for the career I have ...

    Florence - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Apr 26, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... about it so we could not even try to sneak any in. We then used a tip from Rick Steve's to skip the lines at the Baptistery, Duomo Cathedral and Campanile (bell tower). We had to go through the Duomo Museum but it was worth it to skip the very long lines. The Baptistery and Cathedral were unbelievable. Not like anything else I have ever seen. This place is full of so much history. To get to the top of the Campanile, we had to climb a 270 foot tower (that ...