Villa Covacchia / Castello Apartments

Address: Via della Covacchia 2, Florence, Tuscany, 501 41, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via della Covacchia 2, Florence, is near Villa Medicea La Petraia, La Limonaia, Villa La Pietra, and Florentine Neoplatonic Academy (Villa Medicea di Careggi).
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    Florence/Firenze-the ideal Italian city

    A travel blog entry by jessica.russell on Apr 20, 2015

    34 photos

    ... French people/students coming for vacation or school trips. This was great because not only could I always find someone to speak English with, I also got the chance to chat with a few French families while I was in line waiting for a museum or church.

    So on to the trip itself. I got into Florence around lunchtime Monday morning and found my way to my hostel (Florence is wonderfully walkable) and got checked into my room. So ...

    Our finale

    A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 30, 2015

    39 photos

    ... 8211; another place I could have lingered all day. While purchasing our bread for the bruschetta, we were watching a gal make homemade pasta, but we would be making our own. The Central Market was such a great start to this day and Antonio was terrific at sharing information as we walked through. His English was very good and he appreciated any help you could give him if he faltered.

    From there we walked to the cooking school where we washed ...

    The history of Florence

    A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 13, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Ponte Vecchio, because at the last minute, Hitler was convinced to preserve it because of it's historical value. They have restored the other bridges and used as much of the old material as they could.   On the top of the bridge Ponte Vecchio, there is a passage way that connects the government center on one side of the city with Pitti Palace on the other side of the river.  That palace was owned by the first Medici's wife and this was ...

    The craziest thing I've ever seen

    A travel blog entry by ellabright on Jul 29, 2014

    ... t like about it. Everywhere you went there were tons of people speaking english and tons of asians and at times it didn't feel like we were in another country, just a tourist attraction that imitated italian customs. Regardless of the tourists I still loved it and eating our dinner on the bridge was wonderful. We opened a bottle of champagne and took tons of pictures where we all looked so happy. While we were enjoying our meal, I looked down the street and saw a daughter ...

    First Week of Classes

    A travel blog entry by hudsonbethany on Sep 06, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... and discussed in my class from last semester and we get to go on field trips to different places Jews got tortured (I'm happy about it only because we get to leave the classroom and explore Florence, I'm not a sadist). My next class is a fashion class, the teacher told us it was going to be mostly watching movies and going to different fashion museums which is so cool! Then tuesday I had the chance to explore with a kid ...