Villa Villoresi

via Carlo Ciampi n 2, Sesto Fiorentino, Tuscany, 50019, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Airport/Calenzano area of Sesto Fiorentino, is near Piazza della Repubblica, Sant'Ambrogio, Villa Medicea La Petraia, and La Limonaia.
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    Travel Blogs from Sesto Fiorentino

    Rain Rain Go Away

    A travel blog entry by veepacini on May 25, 2013


    ... of Europe) is experiencing one of the coolest, rainiest springs it has had in a long while. Since I've arrived, it has rained on more days than it hasn't rained. Luckily, it's been the kind of rain where it showers for awhile and then the sun comes out for awhile. Not today though. Today it has poured rain almost constantly. And now it is thunderstorming. Not quite how I imagined it. I guess ...

    Il Doge as David and Jacqueline as Goliath

    A travel blog entry by jschindler on Sep 07, 2012

    8 photos

    ... bit silly when my view of David is obstructed by a pile of wires representing "life" or "the future" or something else profound.

    In fact he was so awesome, we all came home and took a two hour nap. Then it was off to dinner! We went to a place on the other side of the river which was much less touristy, and which Maria had recommended! It was a little pricey, but very tasty! And the Ponte Vecchio at sunset made for some awesome pictures.

    Saturday we went on ...

    A second helping of Florence

    A travel blog entry by ekcleary on Oct 07, 2011

    22 photos

    As you may recall, our first day of adventure was to Florence and we completed two museums- the Uffizi and the Accademia and then strolled the city to find more visual treasures, the Piazza delia Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Neptune Fountain, Statue of David....

    Florence is big and rich in art and we chose to take another day to see the Baptristy near the Duomo and also the Pitti Palace. ...

    I'm good on the brass knuckles, thanks

    A travel blog entry by mestdag2 on Mar 09, 2011

    5 comments, 27 photos

    ... It is very similar to monopoly but with a small twist, half the players are monopolista and half are concorrente (competitors). Monopoly is a long game to begin with, and since all the Chance cards are Italian, our translation attempts double the time spent playing. Wade has won every single time, but he has also been the banker every single time. I think I see a common denominator in this winning equation.

    The Tuscany ...

    Last Day :(

    A travel blog entry by leahgoestoitaly on Jul 29, 2010


    Today is my last day in the Villa. This whole experience has been amazing- living in a historical villa, traveling to a new place every weekend, eating great food, and of course learning SO much.

    I feel so cultured- when I was in the Galleria Nazionale D'arte Antica a Palazzo Barberini in Rome and discussing art with my friends we started talking about the other art we had seen....not even thinking about it I said..."oh well in the ...