La Terrazza Su Boboli

Viale Petrarca 120, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy | Hotel
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Day 20 - Florence and the Michelangelo

A travel blog entry by lauzian


... English, explained where we were, showed us where points of interest are around the hotel, guided us to our amazing upgraded room, and presented our free bottle of wine and free open mini bar!

Starving, we walked down the Fiume Tevere and found an awesome place to eat. The staff were delightful, tutoring us on what Gnocchi is and how people in Rome typically consume Osso Bucco. The meals were mouth watering, the wine was delicious, and the desserts were exquisite!


A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz


... call sandwiches a Panini, when actually that is the plural form of the term Panino. My Italian teacher made sure to tell us so we are only ordering one Panino instead of multiple Panini at lunch.

Anyways, we were only in Florence for one day which meant there was a lot to see and we traveled many miles by foot around the city. The history of Florence is actually quite interesting and I suggest reading more than I can provide in this ...

Is it Art or is it Stuff? Florence Day 2

A travel blog entry by rdumler


... in the eye of the beholder? What will become of grandma's dining room suite and perhaps it should have been constructed of marble for staying power. I will have to give the "issue of stuff" more thought. We finished our day, again at Bondi's on Via Nazionale, The cold beer would only have been better if we could have applied it directly to our feet, as well. A great rmeal with wine on the side and a train ride home finished the day. Good memories of ...

Santa Maria del Fiore - AKA the Duomo

A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn


We had a beautiful day today. When we arrived in Firenze we quickly found out the tour Channing and I took for the Duomo is no longer offered. So we had rather limited options - #1 we could stand in this line for half of our stay in Firenze, just to enter the Duomo or #2 we could pay 72 Euros for the FirenzeCard and have three days to enter almost any and every museum and skip the lines. Guess which option we chose? Of course the FirenzeCard. ...


A travel blog entry by mitchpayne


... front of about 200 contiki people. Jose who was adamant that he wasn’t drinking tonight but was on horse again, as we got through 3 liter pints plus shots. I had a very traumatic experience as well, a gay guy hit on me in club, touching my ass and then winking at me and signaling to leave the club. I panicked and had to pretend to make out with Bec and she grabbed my hand and led me out. Very traumatic. We called it around 2, we had a 12hr tour the next day starting at 8am.

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This hotel, located in the San Marco area of Florence, is near Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti), Museo Zoologico La Specola, Porta Romana, and Via Faenza.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding