Sandra B&B

Viale Giovanni Lami 50, Florence, 50134, Italy
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Hotels.

by Maurizioago

Has anybody stayed at Hotel Spagna, or at b. and b. Alighieri? How was these?

Could you suggest some other two/three stars hotels or bed and breakfast in Florence?

Thanks!

Re: Hotels.

by Lacristina

Ciao, Maurizio,

I liked the Hotel Collodi very much(http://www.relaishotel.com/home.htm), only 64 euros for a double in winter. Very nice two star with pleasant hosts, clean, reasonably large and charmingly decorated room, only 10 minutes from the train station, close to the Mercato Centrale, and within walking distance of just about everything. The only complaint I would have is breakfast, which is really not very good at all. If I were to go again, I'd ask for the price without breakfast, and find a bar down the street in the morning.

Cristina

Re: Hotels.

by Maurizioago

Grazie mille Cristina!

Travel Tips for Florence

Donatello's David is one of...

by Barbara2

Donatello's David is one of many classical works contained in the Bargello. Besides the larger pieces the Bargello has many cases of beautiful smaller pieces of sculpture. My travelogue has a mini tour.

Monumento a Garibaldi

by mikey_e

Garibaldi is obviously one of the most famous figures in modern Italian history, and it is thanks to his work in unifying the country that so many people today speak what is essentially the language of Tuscany rather than their own dialects or regional languages (which are still widespread in Italy). Naturally, the monument to this hero of Italian unification is not in the centre of the city, but rather on the outskirts near the train station, in the diplomatic quarter. It was sculpted in 1890 by the Italian architect Cesare Zocchi and is located in a small parkette between two buildings: Villa Flavard sul Lungarno (built in 1847 by Poggi) and Palazzo Calcagnini (1876-77), which now houses the American Consulate.

Ferragamo fans, rejoice!

by Tijavi about Salvatore Ferragamo

If Ferragamo would have been alive in the renaissance, David (yes, the statue) would have not been naked. I would have expected David's creator, Michelangelo to collaborate with this master Florentine designer to give David a more "modest" appearance. Why not, Salvatore Ferragamo's flagship shop is in Florence - and a HUGE one at that - just off Ponte Sta Trinita. Fans of Ferragamo would not only be treated to probably the biggest selection of their favorites but also to a museum, which was unfortunately closed when I was there. Fortunately, I was able to gather enough self-control and (more importantly) self-restraint when I visited Ferragamo's store - much to Visa's dismay.

When You Are Getting Off The Bus

by ForestqueenNYC

More often than not the bus driver will only open the center doors if there is no one getting on the bus. That means that if you are getting off you must descend from the center. So if you are not there ready and waiting you may well miss your stop if the bus is crowded. When you are trying to go through the crowd to get to the door, use the word "permesso" otherwise, they may not let you through. In fact one woman got mad at me because I used the words "excuse me". She actually yelled at me for not saying permesso. I also missed my stop.

Tuscany cuisine & lovely garden

by Oana_bic about Il Latino (?)

I strongly suspect that the restaurant was called Il Latino ..lovely staff speaking fluently at least 3 languages (Italian, French & English). We had the best mozarella from my whole life, anchovies with brie, delicious lamb and excellent pasta.
Dolce Vita setting and excellent white house wine

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