Ostello Due Torri-San Sisto 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... But it is actually quite good – spacious room and people are nice and friendly. We took the bus into the city centre and it was relatively ‘chiusod’ to start off with. However we eventually found a café for lunch and had enjoyable pizza and a tasty salad. Craig also spotted our very first sfolliatelle and it was very nice indeed – along with coffee. Yum.
... we've noticed while travelling in Italy, their signage leaves A LOT to be desired!! Remember you are going min. 100 km and then you are expected to read the road signs that are maybe 12-15 inches wide at the side on the highway or in the meridian down the middle of the highway.. Plus add to that when you get to a traffic circle, there are anywhere from 4-8 different town names listed each with an arrow showing which exit off the traffic ...
... a place to eat. I had no idea what to eat first but i was sure i dont wanna eat pizza or pasta any more. Really wanted to have a proper Asian food more exactly Korean food. No chance though. After passing by few restaurants, i asked for one seat and if they still serve food due to the time was already passed 3 pm. The waiter didnt really understand English but he was good to understand which food i need. I ...
After a couple of weeks in southern Italy (Rome and Sicily), finding myself in northern Italy is like being in another country. There is a stark contrast in the vibe -- the food, the people, the hustle and bustle of the north against the chilled out south.
I left Catania on the Friday of the 27th June. I am glad I took Meridiana, following my friend's advise. RyanAir had long queues and unreliable schedules. ...
... of The WAG's, who she hadn't seen for about 20 years, was in Pisa on holiday for a few days, so we managed to make contact and met up with her and her boyfriend at the foot of the Tower. What a coincidence and what luck too. We had a lovely few hours wandering round the city, catching up on 20 years of news and then found an excellent trattoria in a quiet back street where the four of us had food, drink and coffees all for less than 50 Euros.