Villa di Riboia

Address: Via di Riboia 2a , Florence, Tuscany, 50023, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located in the Impruneta area of Florence, is near San Lorenzo market, Piazza Garibaldi, Cetona's Belvedere, and Chiantigiana Road.
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    A travel blog entry by donnaskewes on Sep 27, 2015

    20 photos

    ... the Renaissance with every public space filled with sculptures and incredible architecture. And it is clean (as in no litter), something that really stuck me. Florentines love their city and are obviously very proud of it. The streets are old and they are packed with locals and thousands of tourists. There is no logical layout and getting lost is very easy. Our digs, the Rinascemento Palace, is on ...

    Gypsies should man up and get a job

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

    10 photos

    ... have to wait an hour. So we rushed out of the gelateria and hustled to the station. We made the train and had a nice easy ride home on the train.

    Both directions on the train and at the main sights around Florence, there were gypsies. The kids are definitely not fans and are starting to get really annoyed with them. Today on the train, there were two women who would place a piece of paper and the arm of the chairs on the aisle, in ...

    Day 54- Florence

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Jun 02, 2015

    25 photos

    ... an hour at the beach we were ready to head on and check out this crazy leaning tower. On the way we read the history of the tower and learned that it took 800 years to finish because after it first tipped over no one could put it right. It was only three stories high when it tipped over so we kinda thought why didnt they just rip it down and start over because it has been a big of an embarassment over the 800 years and they have spent sooo much money on architects ...

    Farewell Roma

    A travel blog entry by briennestephen on Apr 06, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

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  • Next we visited one of the largest catacomb complexes discovered outside the ancient city walls. These underground passages were used first by pagans and then by the early Christians to bury their dead, between the 2nd and 4th century. Simple shelves were carved into the soft volcanic rock and the cavity sealed with a marble or terracotta plaque. Most of the tombs had been ermptied, either when sacked by invaders looking for treasure, or ...

  • Day 44: Florence!!!

    A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... us to visit and then even offered to drop us back off in town so we didn't have to wait an hour and a half for the next bus (literally in the middle of nowhere!). When we got back we headed to dinner around the corner from our room. We had a wonderful Tuscan meal! Feels so good to have this food again! Pasta and bread, man so good. After dinner we got some not so awesome gelato and then went to bed early! - ...