In the month of October, 2015 we enjoyed our second stay at a lovely boutique hotel in Florence, the “Antica Torre di via Tornabuoni No. 1”. Yes, it’s a long name. But stick around and get to know this place and its history, and you’ll find that it’s worth the effort to remember all of those syllables.
As our train pulled into Santa Maria Novella railway station, we craned our necks to get our first glimpse of Firenze. There really wasn’t much to see, other than the graffiti covered walls of the station. We grabbed our bags and disembarked. We were approached by a few kind souls who offered to help us for a small fee, but by this point we felt like train experts, and breezed through the… Read More