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36 Hours in Florence, Italy

Travel Book Review: Rick Steves' Italy 2012 By Rick Steves

Florence was thrust into the spotlight in February when its mayor, the dynamic 39-year-old Matteo Renzi, became Italy's youngest prime minister. But the Tuscan capital he left behind appears to be flourishing. Once-neglected landmarks have been …
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L'Albereta hotel, Erbusco, Italy: review

Travel Book Review: Rick Steves' Italy 2012 By Rick Steves

L'Albereta, in Italy, is an Erbusco hotel offering an expansive spa, fine countryside views and a choice of restaurants, near Brescia and Bergamo. … She commissions Southeast Asia, solo travel, festival and gap year content, and helps edit the …
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