Villa Finaly

Address: Via Bolognese 134R, Florence, Tuscany, 50139, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Florence

The Disastrous Italian Weekend

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 13, 2015

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... himself was in there doing autographs. And just to add to our woes, the gallery was closed Monday and on Tuesday morning we were leaving so that was that. Oh well.

By the time we got back on the bikes it had begun to hammer down with rain (of course) so we headed towards a place where we had been told we could get a great view of the city. That would have been all well and good had there not been an encroaching thunderstorm which brought with it swirling gusts ...

Tuscany==Florence (Firenze)

A travel blog entry by illy4fsu on May 18, 2015

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... with powerful embattlements which surround a remarkable collection of Renaissance sculpture. The original “David” used to be housed on the outside but, there is now a replica in it's place.

From there we grabbed a prosciutto and mozzarella Panini along with a Nutella canola as we walked over to our next destination the Ponte Vecchio or “the old bridge.” During WWII this was the only bridge across the river that the Germans ...


A travel blog entry by nick.buto.22 on Jan 30, 2015

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Florence was an absolutely beautiful city. Significantly smaller than Rome but still extremely nice. Lots of markets and places to shop. The Duomo which is basically the main attraction of the city is amazing and unreal to see. Had probably the best thin crust pizza I've ever had at Gusta Pizza. Lots of fun that weekend and I got to get into the museum for free to the see Michelangelo's ...

The best of Florence

A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 18, 2014

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... how little regard some people have for others. We then made our way into the cathedral of Santa Maria, the republican square, past some ancient palaces, and to the location where the original David statue used to stand. It's difficult to explain or to comprehend all the art and history one sees in just a few hours in Florence. In case you are curious about us touching the wild boars snout in the picture, tradition has it that when ...

Best Gelato in the world

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 25, 2014

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... of the city. It's red-tiled dome roof and pink, white and green marble facade make it unique. This certainly wasn't a church we had seen anywhere in our travels and makes it very unique. It is one monument to sit in the square with an expresso and try to take it all in. We lined up for a visit but were knocked back due to Jacs shorts so vowed to return the next day in more modest clothing. Due to the massive lineup at the Uffizi gallery another ...