Palazzo Alfani Al David

Via Ricasoli 49, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | Hotel
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Best Food, Shopping and GELATO!!!!

A travel blog entry by graytravelpod



When we left Rome we took an Italian fast train that went 200 MPH to Florence. We went to our awesome Apartment that was really big, with a kitchen and 2 rooms. Then we went to eat lunch, it was the best pizza ever. Then we started to walk and walk and walk. We saw the Pointe Vecciho- a bridge with lots of jewelry stores on it. < …

Meet Firenze

A travel blog entry by tonezf


... the cake on the ground with some of the decorations around the outside littering the sidewalk. Luckily it falls straight down and not upside down. The Italians have garlic and chilli pasta to prevent their impending hangover. No thanks! By the time we head back it is light outside. Our taxi zips speedily around the narrow lanes and it is time to rest our weary ...

High Grapes

A travel blog entry by megandave


... cling to the outside of the bridge and we line up the Vasari corridor windows anticipating again tomorrow's tour. Yes, we have tragic Inferno fans in our midst.

It is spotted that the fixed menu in the hotel restaurant is good value and so we settle in for dinner. The rooftop terrace, which our hotel is known for, is not open for dining yet, (summer) but is certainly open for drinks and photos. We take the opportunity ...

A day of gluten...

A travel blog entry by kort_dougst


... are not piled high. Needless to say we had a great time, even though we aren't suppose to even have pizza... It was getting to make pizza the Italian way. I think I can safely say I will never look at pizza the same again.

Working with Chef Cecelia was a sure treat. She is from Florence, but speaks wonderful English, as ...

Travel day to the fullest

A travel blog entry by skyisblu


... Mario believes that all Italian tourist attractions are made in such a way as to make tourists sweat. That way, tourists are always uncomfortable and smelly, making the Italians look more elegant as a whole! Good theory.

Tired and sweaty(see?), we descended back into the city for coffee. At this point, even a solid shot of espresso wasn't enough to boost our energy, so we ...

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This hotel, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Statue of David, Accademia, Galleria dell'Accademia, and Museo Opificio delle Pietre Dure.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding