Villa Le Sorgenti

Address: via di Docciola, 8, Florence, Tuscany, 50012, Italy | Lodge
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      Exploring the back streets and the Duomo

      A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... inspiring as it has taken us through lots of back streets and the more unusual museums and galleries. A great way to get to know the city! This evening we ventured into the Piazza della Signoria (most of Florence was there as well) for a relaxing al fresco dinner and then strolled around the Palazzo Vecchio and through the courtyard of the Uffizi and of course took many photos. A final walk along the river and back to our hotel on the Ponte Vecchio. A lovely ...


      A travel blog entry by jonathonsnell on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... after, though I did setup two tours for my last full day in Florence which gave me a free walking tour that day. So midday Sunday (7th of Sept) I went to find my free tour, having problems and wandering around the wrong area for awhile and then finally catching up to them right after they had begun. The tour was interesting, quite a bit of information on the different architecture of the city and how many of the houses had towers that didn't ...


      A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 20, 2014

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      Our last museum for the day was Cosimo de Medici's palace - Plazzo Vecchio. The front of the palace looks on to the square (Piazza della Signoria) so we had a beer in a nice restaurant and pondered it before entering. The copy of David and several other huge sculptures greet you as you enter a grand courtyard, then make your way up to the Grand Hall, which is covered wall-to-ceiling in gold-framed paintings and has some fantastic 'spiral' sculptures (these have more ...

      Florence - Not Too Shabby

      A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Feb 22, 2014

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      Found a great overnight train to Barcellona which fit perfectly into our schedule. Went back to the hostel, got our bags and ate $15. Go to get on the $140 train and find out it's to Barcellona, Italy. With two L's in Sicily. WTF! Long story short we got another amazing hostel and planned to fly to Barcelona and get a refund the following morning.

      Marc found a flight for $210 which I didn't want to pay and said I'd meet him there ...

      Florence Flourishes

      A travel blog entry by jane.varmecky on May 28, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... visited the Baptistry. Very old building in an octagon shape with magnificent carved bronze dors. This place is super old - had its octagonal shape as early as 500 a.d. and started out as a pagan place of worship but later on became a place of Christian worship with magnificent frescoes, and a blend of Islaamic, Byzantine, and Christian art from the floor to the ceiling.

      After consuming our first gelato in Florence, we shopped for a small purse for ...