Villa Le Sorgenti

Address: via di Docciola, 8, Florence, Tuscany, 50012, Italy | Lodge
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      Tuscany tour to Sienna San Gi Pisa

      A travel blog entry by victor.duval on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... any case, not many would feel like doing 600 stairs after the meal we had today. The sun struck the white marble of the Leaning Tower and the Duomo with a bright orangy hue which gave all the buildings a warm soft glow. It was nearly two hours on the motorway back to Florence and we reached Florence at about 8.40pm. We grabbed a quick pizza before we got back to our apartment and went to sleep tired, sore but highly satisfied with our Tuscan ...

      Ufizzi and Boboli Gardens

      A travel blog entry by tmarks66 on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... chip (I know - but it was good...) and I had a raspberry. Good stuff. How come we don't have this at home? The display cases are like art!

      Newly refreshed, it was onto the Pitti Palace and the Boboli Gardens across the river. Sounds like a hike, but it was not that far. This palace was even more ornate than the Uffizi, and the gardens were like a circa 1600 Longwood Gardens. Only thing was - ...

      FIRENZE & IN TRANSIT - Day 4 & 5

      A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette on Apr 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... of sleep, my blisters, and the down of my adrenaline-rush from navigating Roma Termini, I was cranky and exhausted. As we started out site seeing, I don't think I was able to fully appreciate the beautiful sight of the Duomo or the beautiful city in front of me.

      A solid cry and a cappacuino later, I was in much better shape. We walked to the Piazza Michelangelo, which has an amazing panoramic view of the city. We also walked across ...

      I'm in love with this place

      A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 23, 2013

      170 photos

      ... mind blowing and I’m still trying to wrap my mind around it and process it. I have spent these past few days wandering the same streets that people such as Dante Alighieri, Michelangelo, and Galileo walked. As a person born in a country less than 300 years old, it is tough to fully appreciate what it means to be a part of a city that has it roots in the times of the Romans and the Etruscans. There is a pride there and an identity that I am only beginning to grasp.


      Rocking the Renaissance

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 02, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      “Never was anything great achieved
      without danger”, Niccolo
      Leonardo Da Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Lorenzo Di Medici: it is
      difficult to count how many famous men have called Florence home at
      some point in their lives. For the next day and a half, Nathan and I
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      awoke this morning at 8am, eager to explore the city. In a country as
      hot as Italy it is very important to get up ...