Hostel Veronique

Address: Via Porta Rossa 6, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | Resort
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This resort, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Loggia dei Lanzi, Church of Orsanmichele, Garden of St. Michael (Orsanmichele), and Museo di Palazzo Davanzati.
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    Under the Tuscan Sun.

    A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 07, 2013

    25 photos

    ... it. It was quite small.

    We got to the wine tasting and went inside with our tour group. It wasn’t the biggest of cellars but luckily we got the best spots right near where he was talking and pouring the wine and putting plates of biscuits.

    The first tasting would be olive oil. I was a bit perplexed about the desire to taste oil straight… I mean, it’s oil ! Ew!

    He explained to us about Extra Virgin olive oil. Did you know that it ...


    A travel blog entry by gcutler on Jan 07, 2013

    67 photos

    ... was a great view of the city and the big castle that is right next door. ive been having a tradition now, which started here, have a cappuccino at the top of a big building that you paid to get into hahaha which is totally worth it even if it is 3 euro, bah! but i take my time and drag it out, taking in the view to make it worth it. after the uffizi i had worked up an appetite, but not for a big fancy meal again, so i grabbed a panini from the one of ...

    Michelangelo, Donatello, Leonardo, and more!

    A travel blog entry by nerdsdoeurope on Jun 01, 2012

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... ball from a street vender (he is really proud that he haggled the price down from 5 euro to 3, Caroline got some anti itch cream (exciting!) and then we just wandered. At one point, we saw some locals hanging out on a ledge in the river that looked like it would be a waterfall if the water levels were higher. We found the spot where they had hopped over the ledge to get to it and felt like true locals enjoying this beautiful spot on the water. After a long trek ...

    For whom the bell tolls…

    A travel blog entry by ceseal on Jun 08, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Chapel, but few people got the message.) While not great photos of David, they are included here. Luckily, there was adequate time and space to view David from all angles to discern the life-like minute details of David’s muscles, veins, expression, etc. One can easily spend 30-60 minutes with David, a work of art that truly transcends time and cultures. It is said that after viewing David, another sculptor remarked something to the effect that no further ...


    A travel blog entry by laven on Oct 22, 2010

    6 photos

    ... Instruments; although I was more interested in the paintings and sculptures the old man dragged me in and it was well worth the detour. On display were primitive clarinets, flutes, horns, guitars, violins, violas, cellos and keyboards; including several examples of string instruments created by the famous Antonio Stradivari. Interestingly some instruments had evolved considerably since these exhibits, such as the clarinet, while others, such as the ...