Casa Guidi

Piazza San Felice 8, Florence, Tuscany, 50125, Italy | Villa

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Florence and Pisa

A travel blog entry by kata.geoff


... our touring. We went to the Accademia first because you normally should get a reservation cause it's so busy but we decided to wait in line. Wasn't too bad about an hour and then we were in. The David was the main attraction there and I could not believe how tall he is. Later on we went to the Medici home who basically had run florence back in the day and created the ...

We're Here!!!

A travel blog entry by italy2010


... out... but it was a very, very interesting and fun day. We ended the day at a little ristorante where we enjoyed bruschetta, insalata mista, and spaghetti...with wine, of course. Tomorrow, we are taking a wine tour into Chianti.

I've been trying to complete this blog all evening (Friday), but is not cooperating.

Ciao and Buona notte! Pictures will come soon.



A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor


... this time we were able to look at the dome instead of be on top of it. On Saturday, we started out by analyzing Piazza Signoria and sketching the urban space. Then we stopped at Santo Spiritu which is another Renaissance church and we sketched a bit there as well. After that, we walked to Palazzo Pitti and walked around the Boboli Gardens which were beautiful. Saturday night, I met up with some friends who are studying abroad in Florence that I was ...


A travel blog entry by ncorkhill


... to watch the football game. For the rest of the night it felt like I was back in college, for better or for worse. We went all over the city with our new friends and they even showed us a hidden bakery we ate late night snacks. It was cool seeing how the UCLA network truly works worldwide and even thought the Bruins lost, we still had a great time. Starting slowly the next day, we went to church around noon. No tourists were being allowed into the church, but all we had to do ...

A beautiful day in Florence

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta


... right hand tightly clenching the rock with which he is to defeat his enemy, bulging veins visible, and the dare I say perfectly sculpted buns of steel, make for a truly imposing sculpture. The only disappointment was that no photos were allowed inside the Academia, meaning no accompanying photos of David for the blog unfortunately, although we did snap a few of the smaller replica David statue outside the Palazzo Vecchio, which now stands where ...


This villa, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti), Via Faenza, Porta Romana, and Santa Maria Maddalena dei Pazzi.
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