Villa la Stella

Address: Via Jacopone da Todi, 12 , Florence, Tuscany, 50133, Italy | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Exploring the back streets and the Duomo

A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 27, 2014

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It has taken us all day but we are finally starting to get the feel of this city. The morning saw us climb up to the Piazzale Michelangelo and here Florence revealed herself in all her glory. The view was sensational and it was easy to spot all the major attractions from such a lofty height. Sat here for some time drinking the best iced coffee ever and enjoying the scenery. After taking numerous photos we made our way down through a lovely sculpture park ...


A travel blog entry by jonathonsnell on Sep 05, 2014

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... lazy on the day I arrived in Florence, one of the guys in Zurich mentioned an application called Showbox that I could get on my phone that would allow me to watch some somewhat newer movies. And apparently when you've been traveling as long as I have and haven't seen many movies in the mean time it seems like a good time to catch up and relax. I watched quite a few movie in the last two weeks (me writing this on the 16th) though usually after a ...

Florence, Italy- Day 18

A travel blog entry by nicski on Jun 29, 2014

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... better sculpture then he was a painter. Was much bigger than I thought- completely made of white marble. Had to wait in line for an hour to be able to get in. At least they only let a few people in at a time. So wasn't overcrowded when we got in. We had a Tuscan lunch then went off to The leaning tower of Pisa in the afternoon. One of the worlds most famous landmarks. Took 177 years to ...


A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 20, 2014

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... br> We spent another good hour covering the rest of the Academia - pre Renaissance and Renaissance religious paintings and sculptures and a fantastic intricate Florentine tapestry. There was a room which explained how marble sculptures were made which was interesting - they first made a clay model (might be small-scale) and from that a plaster 'negative' and then used this to mould a plaster model with lots of markers on it (ie reference points). They then used measuring instruments ...


A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 09, 2013

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... I also love the intricate detail that is included in the instruments. They were not only functional they are works of art! All too soon we had to head back to the station so we didn't miss the train home. Once we sat down on the train we realised that we hadn't sat down since we got off the train that morning! Our feet were aching!! Dinner last night was at our hotel, which was just as well as everyone was exhausted from our wonderful day in ...