La Radice

Address: via del Gignoro, 26/b, 50135 , Florence, Tuscany, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on via del Gignoro, 26/b, 50135 , Florence, is near Tuscany Bike Tours, I Bike Tuscany, Circolo Golf Ugolino, and Pucci Palazzo.
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Travel Blogs from Florence

# of steps walked = # of calories eaten today

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 24, 2015

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I fit in a lot more than I thought I would today, even by my standards, and that says a lot! I am looking forward to a more relaxing Friday in Firenze ahead of a couple of side trips Sarah and I are taking this weekend.

At 8:30 am, I left the house and stopped in for a coffee at a place just a couple of corners away called Caffe degli Artigiani. I enjoyed an espresso (or, as it is called here, simply caffe) and a chocolate croissant as I watched locals scurry up to ...

Day 9 - Florence & Rome

A travel blog entry by carolyn_purdy on Jul 03, 2015

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... this quick stop we are off to Rome! Finally we arrived in the busy city of Rome! We hopped off the bus into a drizzling city - I think a sign that the Gladiators were giving us a welcome. We went on a quick walking tour of Rome to get our bearings. We landed up Leonardo's - a proudly Italian Leather and jewelry maker. Had a quick view of the Colosseum and threw coins into the 'under construction' Trevi ...

Day 19 -Sunday May 31, 2015 Florence (Pitti Palace

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on May 31, 2015

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... severe "sticker shock" – we thought we had been transported back to Zurich for the $6 hot chocolate – so we left and continued on to the Costume Gallery.

This is the only museum of the history of fashion in Italy (hard to believe) and is one of the most important in the world. So, we were excited to see the displays. However, the only things we could see were a special exhibit of 20th century women’s ...

Catholic paradise

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 26, 2015


... the dome is painted. Both the dome and the baptistery have vast paintings on the cieling with many parts.

Coolest parts of these huge frescoes are the sections that depict hell. Paintings are rife with imagery of demons pulling people's heads off, skeletons hovering over children, people drowning in lava pits, lucifer eating people, people standing around with all of their skin melted off, demons anally impaling sinners with torches, ect. Apparently hell ...


A travel blog entry by zoe13 on Apr 18, 2014

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I loved the spiderweb of streets in Florence weaving this way and that with piazzas unexpectedly appearing out of no where from around a corner.
I spent 2 very contrasting days in Florence. The first was spent with my Swedish host parents, Mats and Eva and had me doubting the clothes I have brought with me. It was absolutely freezing and rained the entire day although the sun did briefly come out in the afternoon! The first stop of the day was the Duomo. We lined ...