Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Info on 36 or 48 hours in Firenze / Florence, Italy


Here are some links on 36 or 48 hours in Firenze / Florence:

  • 36 HOURS IN . . . – Source: Travel section of The New York Times
  •  36 HOURS IN . . .
    • 36 hours in Florence.– April 8, 2014 – Heather [Carlson] – Source: CafĂ© Carlson – "this delicious {expat} life"
    • What To Do With 36 Hours in Florence – "We’re often asked how to make the most of a brief opportunity to see Europe’s cities. This month, Rick provides a detailed answer for one of the best: Florence. (If you have suggestions of your favorite restaurants, hotels, museums or other activities in Florence feel free to add a comment at the bottom of this article." – Tuesday, August 17, 2010 – by ExperiencePlus! – "About Us" – Source: EXPERIENCEPLUS! – "BICYCLE TOURS SINCE 1972"
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  • 48 HOURS IN . . . – Source: Travel section of The Independent
    • 48 Hours In: Florence – "The autumn sunshine brings a new lustre to the Renaissance treasures of this great Italian city. Aoife O'Riordain checks it out" –Aoife O'Riordain – Saturday, 3 October 2009
    • 48 HOURS IN... Florence, Italy – "The city that's a work of art in itself is at its most benign in spring. And after Da Vinci, don't forget to track down some Versace" – By Harriet O'Brien– Saturday, 14 April 2007 –
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  • 48 HOURS IN . . .
    • 48 Hours in: Florence, Italy"Europe's capital of Renaissance art is a great weekend break destination in late summer – and the fine Italian food on offer will fuel your quest for cultural nourishment" – Wednesday, 13 August 2008 – Source: Belfast Telegraph
    • 48 hours in Florence – "" – By Nicola Iseard – Source: Saga – "PRODUCTS | BLOGS | WHAT'S ON | WHAT'S NEW
    • Italy: 48 hours in Florence – "Two days is not enough – that’s the first thing to say about Florence. Even if your clients don’t, like British historian Edward Gibbon, visit the Uffizi gallery fourteen times in a single trip, two days will merely allow them to fall in love with the city, and vow to return."  – 30 January 2013 at 17.32 GMT – .By Joanna Booth – Source: travelweekly – "Travel Industry News and Travel Jobs"  
    • 48 Hours in Florence – August 20, 2010 by Melanie – Source: Travels With Two – "THE TRAVEL BLOG FOR COUPLES" 
    • 48 hours in Florence – Weekend Edition – "Florence has the honor of being one of the most beautiful cities in Italy – no small feat in a country full of those.  Both cosmopolitan and cultural, it is a favourite among tourists with its impressive pieces of art, world-class fashion boutiques, and a vibrant city life." – "" – "About" – Source: – "a unique travel site that features streamlined itineraries to some of the major destinations in the world."
    • An Abbreviated Stay: Florence – "Florence is one of my favorite cities in Italy. The architecture, the culture, the food and the people drew me in as soon as I stepped into the city. I only spent 48 hours in Florence and although short, I was still able to take in the beauty and wonders the city had to offer." – Sept 19, 2014 – author: Christen McCluney – Source: TRAVEL NOIRE – "Cultivated insights from a global community of black travelers."
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  • 36 Hours in Florence, Italy – Parts of this video is "In Italian" with English subtitles – "" – Source: Found within the HUFFPOST VIDEO section on THE HUFFINGTON POST – "Breaking News and opinion"
  • 36 Hours in Florence, Italy – "Known for its rich history, Florence is a destination for those seeking vibrant culinary, artistic and musical experiences." – Parts of this video is "In Italian" with English subtitles – Sep. 24, 2014 | 4:24 – BY Alexandra Garcia and Will Lloyd – Source: Found in the VIDEO/TRAVEL section of The New York Times – "Breaking News, World News & Multimedia"
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That's it for Wednesday, 3 June 2015: mercoledì, 3 giugno 2015

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