Residenza Millenium

Address: Via Degli Orti Oricellari 31, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Degli Orti Oricellari 31, Florence, is near Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella, Palazzo Strozzi, and Poggiali e Forconi Galleria D'Arte.
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    A travel blog entry by kaileepaige on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... of the oldest clocks in the world. They have the option of climbing many flights of stairs to the top of the dome, and it's supposed to have one of the best views of the city, which I haven't done yet but I will definitely be doing during my time ...

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    ... that we were in yesterday! This time we tried passionfruit sorbet (amazing!), black sesame (tasted like peanut and was surprisingly nice) and cheesecake (rather boring and plain, but still nice). Then we had ran out of things to do! I was shocked. After reading about Florence I was worried we wouldn't be able to fit it all into 2 days. But actually, the city is so small and walkable, it's very easy! We didn't want to visit any more galleries (and there are a LOT!). So ...

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    ... anything you could get at a large multi department store (target, Walmart, etc) shoes, socks, charger, screw driver, pound of sugar, nuts, undershirts, arugula, sardines, pajamas...just need to be able to walk....and walk...and walk. Loved every minute of it! We then walked over to the Campo for lunch and some wine....what a fascinating place. It's shaped like a shell and they run the horse race here each year between the 17 ...