Canto Alla Porta Vecchia

Address: Curtatone e Montanara, 2, Pistoia, Tuscany, 51100, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Curtatone e Montanara, 2, Pistoia, is near Cathedral of St. Zeno (Cattedrale Di San Zeno), Baptistery, San Giovanni Fuoricivitas, and Museo San Zeno.
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    Travel Blogs from Pistoia

    Mossies, gelato and wine oh my

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... the river and the service is nice and I get my last pasta on the trip - tagliatelle with white truffle oil and porcinni mushrooms and Hinesh gets a pork loin dish. I win, with the pasta being more tasty than the pork. We enjoy our last meal in Italy and look forward to desert. It is of course gelato at the gelateria on the corner and we share a fondente and cookie gelato. Its so so good and we are happy campers when we walk home.

    Day 6: our train is at midday so we chill at ...

    Truffles, Towers and goodbye to Pistoia town.

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Sep 04, 2014

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    ... today! The market was also on and so it was a great visit. Tony & Jane looked at all the sights and I wandered around the markets quite a bit. In the end we decided to have lunch at home today. This was a nice munchy lunch. We will miss these. Relaxing with the views and having our Italian Flag photos was good. This afternoon we took Jane to the Podere Mona Verde, Le Grazie and Pitecco - town with viaduct down the hill. Tonight we are cooking at home. ...

    A Sabato, Pitti Palace

    A travel blog entry by msdiozzi on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... lunch and had sandwiches and split a small salad. We also bought Jake a t-shirt at a store called Sportando Mamo's. He can go to high school in cool Italian fashions. I think this morning Jeanne just saved us $200+. She really thinks that Cinque Terre can and should be done on our own with no guide. It made me realize that I'm in danger of becoming a travel wimp, needing Rick Steeves to hold my hand at every bewildering traffic circle. ...

    Pistoia and Broke

    A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on May 31, 2014

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    ... in to the stone walls, have dates as far back as 1384.

    Pistoia is also home to a Palio every July, similar to the more famous one in Siena although with a slightly different theme. Whilst Siena is a race around the central piazza, or campo as they call it, Pistoia's celebrates a jousting festival that ran for centuries before eventually being cancelled and then revived again.The Giostra dell Orsa, or The Joust of The Bear, involves all the quarters of the ...

    Cloudy with a Chance of Gregorian Chant

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jan 11, 2014

    43 photos

    ... bit, most particularly the local market in a building made to look like a French-style train station, giving us nuggets of information about the city and Italian culture. She's just written a book on Italian food rules and so much of our conversation revolved around these and the horror-stories of dumb tourists pouring olive oil on Tuscan bread (and thus all over fine table cloths).

    Upon Ann's advice, we went ...