Residence San Niccolo
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The apartment was simply spectacular: very clean, spacious and modern and it had a lot of kitchenware. The only thing I disliked was the shower, which was very tiny. Couldn't really shave in it, for example. But there was a bidet that could have served this purpose. So overall, a great experience, and in a great location.
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I visited my boyfriend over the weekend in Florence and I had a very pleasant surprise in this beautiful city. I sort of expected that after seeing the huge dome in the city centre, adorned with perhaps the most beautiful little sculptures and decorations I'd ever seen on a church, I had exhausted the best of Florence. Turns out I was wrong, and …
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