Villa Fiesole Hotel

Address: Via Beato Angelico 35, Fiesole, Tuscany, 50014, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fiesole

Day 44 - Venice to Florence, Italy

A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Aug 15, 2013

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... for it's massive domed roof. It's quite spectacular to see. We then walked down to the 14th century bridge Ponte Vecchio, which is famous for the buildings that line both sides. Originally they were butcher shops until the royals built a corridor through the bridge to link two palaces and ordered they be changed to goldsmiths. The jewelry shops that now line the sides look gorgeous with their little wooden shop fronts and shutters and displays of beautiful Italian ...

Strolling in Florence - our last day.

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on May 31, 2013

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More walking and a special trip to the di Medici Apartments in the Palazzo Vecchio. When Cosimo di Medici married Eleonora in the 1500's, he extensively renovated the palace for his new bride. Even though this was an arranged political marriage it turned out ok as they had 15 children, but the ...

Sunday church to see a scientist!?

A travel blog entry by louielou on Aug 19, 2012

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... a lot of clothing, shoes and accessories from a lot of the famous Italian designers - particularly from the Florence designers Emilio Puccini and Roberto Cavalli. They had also restored the clothing that the famous Medici family had been buried in. After finishing up there I headed back to the hostel and meet up with someone who had had recommended the most amazing sandwich shop in the world, so we headed ...


A travel blog entry by italianliving on Oct 03, 2011

... man is the unflappable husband of the petite, dramatic, hot-blooded, gorgeous Gia. It would be difficult to find two ...

A charming little town with a stunning view.

A travel blog entry by sabrina.mason on Sep 16, 2010

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... amphitheater to find Olivia and Meredith. They were sitting in the amphitheater, admiring the views beyond of the perfect Tuscan countryside. The steep hills, the splatters of small towns throughout, the funny trees. I did a little myself before we headed up to the Ruins Museum. This museum was really cool from an interior design prospective. Instead of keeping the ruins and the interior completely separate, they actually designed the museum around some of the ruins. ...