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Old Mar 11th, 2001, 07:29 AM
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hb9542
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Florence - Internet Access?

My husband will not be going with me when I visit Florence next month, but I'd like to be able to keep in touch with him via e-mail and maybe share some pictures as I go along. Does anyone know the location in central Florence of a place such as a cyber-cafe or library where I could use a computer with web access?

Thanks!
 
Old Mar 11th, 2001, 07:40 AM
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Bob
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Try this site for a listing of locations in florence: "http://www.internettrain.it/citta_uk.asp"
 
Old Mar 11th, 2001, 07:50 AM
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Although I have not been to the (three) Florence location(s) of this company, the Rome location of the same company rates a two thumbs up from me:

www.thenetgate.it/firenze/signoria/
THENETGATE Your Internet Point
via Dei Cimatori 17/r
Florence 50100 Italy
Phone: 0039-055-219491
Fax: 0039-055-219491
Email: [email protected]
Price/Hour: Lit. 10.000 (20% student discount)
Hours: We are open 10 hours a day, seven days a week. Move yourself, follow your card! THENETGATE Your Internet Point (TM) is the largest Internet Point Network in Italy. 9 shops in Italy: 4 shops in Florence, 4 shops in Rome and 1 shop in Venice opening on march 2000. With our multisession card you can use your time WHEN and WHERE you like. Relaxed atmosphere, no queue and a friendly staff ready to help you. AOL, IRC, TELNET, WORD97 and NETMEETING available on each workstation, equipped with headsets, microphone.

www.thenetgate.it/firenze/duomo/
THENETGATE Your Internet Point
via Sant'Egidio 10/r
Florence 50122 Florence
Phone: 0039-055-2347967
Fax: 0039-055-2638527
Email: [email protected]

www.thenetgate.it/firenze/cavour/
THENETGATE Your Internet Point
via Cavour 14/r
Florence 50100 Italy
Phone: 0039-055-210004
Fax: 0039-055-210004
Email: [email protected]

I obtained these details from the website www.netcafeguide.com - - this seems to be a very good website to me. Although it appears that they are intent on selling you their book (which I have never bought), you can get essentially the entire contents of the book by clicking on "Go to the Internet CAfe guide online" and then on "Text list of cybercafes".

Best wishes,

Rex
 
Old Mar 11th, 2001, 07:56 AM
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Beth Anderson
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hi,

there are several, Time Out also lists them www.timeout.com - click on Florence.

there is one right on the other side of the Ponte Vecchio (the altrarno side). once you have crossed the bridge, make the first right and it is right there...

Beth
 
Old Mar 11th, 2001, 09:12 AM
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Thanks so much for your replies. Where else could you find this kind of information so quickly!

Molto grazzi!
 

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