Villa Covacchia / Castello Apartments

Address: Via della Covacchia 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50141, 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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        A travel blog entry by donnaskewes on Sep 27, 2015

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        We finally made our decision - pinch half a day from Florence, and jump off the train at Padua to spend a few hours with Valentina, our exchange student. Padua, or Padova, is a typical Italian city. A gigantic basilica in the centre, with ancient cobblestone streets jostling with all modes of transport. We survived and continued on to Florence. Florence is stunning with a raw beauty. Easy to tell its the ...

        Gypsies should man up and get a job

        A travel blog entry by mike.donat on Jul 04, 2015

        10 photos

        ... more gelato. What I’ll miss most on the boat is my nightly gelato. I skip the desserts on the menu and simply ask for a large scoop of stratciatella…..that being said, there’s no rule that says you can’t have gelato only once per day and I’m pushing the limits of that rule. As we ate the gelato, I looked up the train schedule and found that the next train to Livorno left in 20 minutes and that if we missed it, ...

        Day 54- Florence

        A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Jun 02, 2015

        25 photos

        ... umbrellas. These beach clubs went for miles and miles and miles and there were umbrellas the whole way along this huge beach. Every club has different colours of umbrellas and they look amazing. We found a free path onto the beach, because you literally couldn't get onto the beach without paying to go into a beachclub, and we sat and skipped stones in the lake like Med. It was really beautiful and we were tempted to just join in and spend the day on a lounge chair, ...

        Farewell Roma

        A travel blog entry by briennestephen on Apr 06, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... different. The difference between a cathedral and a basilica is that the later generally contains the tomb of a saint or such like. A service was in progress when we arrived attended by only around 20 people. It feels a little uncomfortable turning up as tourists in such circumstances, but everything just carries on regardless. This basilica is built over the tomb of St Paul who was beheaded in Rome. It is the second larger church after St Peter's in ...

        Day 44: Florence!!!

        A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 10, 2014

        3 photos

        ... Giancarlo about WW2 sites and traveling around town. He was extremely patient and helpful. The cemetery was a beautiful and had a small site of 4000 unmarked white crosses and a large plaque commemorating many of the troops who sacrificed so much during the war. Luckily even though we got to the location late after taking our bus, the caretaker who lived on the grounds (John, a retired american military ...