Villa Baldasseroni

56 via Lucignano, Florence, Tuscany, 50025 , Italy | Villa
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Bird's-eye view of Florence

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07


... crypt. There is also an interesting side chapel specially built for the tomb of a wealthy family's son, who died in the 15th-century, into which a regal-looking throne/seat was placed for family members to sit when they paid a visit!

After leaving the church, we began walking downhill several hundred yards to the Piazzale Michelangelo, a vast esplanade overlooking the city, in the center of which stands a ...

Good Weather for Fish

A travel blog entry by word-a-day


... and with detours and deviations in place as well as rainy skies, couldn't make it into campground number 1, so we settled for second best, Camping Michelangelo, which happened to be a pretty **** alternative! (Not quite as bad as Modena, but equally as expensive)


Not wanting to stay for another day on our muddy, sloping site, we packed up on Monday morning and heading back to the campground across town, hoping for a slightly better spot. With the day ...

Florence - Day 4

A travel blog entry by t.bird


... costume gallery. Up five million flights of stairs, I did see a lift as I entered the stairwell but I figured I'd be all right with a few stairs. Had I known how long I'd be climbing I would have taken it. By far the best part of the palace was the Boboli gardens. Beautifully manicured gardens out the back of the palace, they were the perfect place for lying in the sun and relaxing. Which is exactly what I did.

Tomorrow, ...

Florence Italy will captivate your heart

A travel blog entry by vacationista


... the Uffizi museum housing the Birth of Venus famed painting. Worth the reserved ticket rate, seeing this painting is a thrill for art buffs of all ages. Just bare in mind that photos are not allowed unlike the Louvre in France- quite frankly, I'd prefer a photo of Birth of Venus in my collection over the Mona Lisa.

Florence is definitely a must to all those travelling to Italy. When there, have a gelato for ...

The unexpected surprises

A travel blog entry by josiezim


Travel always brings with it moments of GOTCHA!!!!

Sometimes they're delightful, like when you realize that your apartment is not just 'near' the Moulin Rouge in Paris but actually directly next to it. Close enough to spit on the windmill if you were crazy enough to do so. (And we all know how crazy I am.)

Sometimes they're a bit more stressful, like finding yourself in the midst of a Gay Rights protest near the Arc de Triomphe or learning that your ...

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This villa, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Organic Tuscany, Bicycle Tuscany, and Ceramica d'Arte Ammannati.
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