Address: Strada Magliano 9, Florence, Tuscany, 50028 , Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Strada Magliano 9, Florence, is near Organic Tuscany, Castello di Monsanto, San Cristoforo, and Fonte Dei Serri.
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      Travel Blogs from Florence

      Florence, you made up for yesterday!

      A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Oct 07, 2014

      29 photos

      ... more of the Tuscan region, especially as Siena is known for it's incredible wine and olives! We were going to head out for a night on the town but neither of us were really feeling it so around 10pm we were a little peckish so opted for a quiet meal at a close by, well recommended restaurant. I had a grilled chicken breast with grilled vegetables. Perfection! I'm really looking forward to climbing the Duomo tomorrow and can't wait to show you some pics from the top! ...

      95 degree weather in June

      A travel blog entry by mizziz_tee on Jun 11, 2014


      ... are both super nice, of course, they made a sale! Dinner at Finisterrae was great except my "steak" was too well done and more like a tough pot roast served with tossed salad. Henry had the sea bass which was prepared with sliced potatoes, zucchini, tomatoes and whole grilled Mediterranean whole green olives, which he enjoyed a lot. Appetizer was cheese ravioli topped with ground beef and pasta on the side. ...

      Cloudy with a Chance of Gregorian Chant

      A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jan 11, 2014

      43 photos

      We started today at the Uffizi gallery. It's quite extensive and it was helpful to have an audioguide (one we'd downloaded onto our phones, not the official one), though the anti-medieval attitude of the presenter did not sit well with me.

      For lunch and over the course of the early afternoon we met up with a relative of Ben's who lives in Florence and has done so for the past fifteen years. She showed us around ...

      Day Eight: All Roads Lead to Rome

      A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson on Aug 13, 2013

      75 photos

      ... walking tour, the Pantheon. This temple was started in 27AD and later added onto to make the beautiful building we have now. The large dome is one of the largest unsupported domes in the world and it is still not quite understood how it has not fallen down! In the square with the Pantheon we also decided to have supper.

      The restaurant where we chose was amazing. The owner seemed to know Dee and he ...

      A Rainy Day in Florence

      A travel blog entry by finnadventure on May 25, 2013

      2 comments, 63 photos

      ... Museum Pass with map in hand. Even though it was only a few blocks away, the streets are all at angles and crowded with tourists. We all have our umbrellas up as it is raining steadily. Finally, after several frustrating wrong turns we arrive and get our pass. Then go right next door to the Medicci Palace to see home of the Medicci family during the 1400s. Seems strange to imagine that this was how the other half lived so ...