Antica Sosta

Via Corniano 8, San Miniato, Tuscany, 56028, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Miniato

Day 26: Birthday!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... around a bit since the restaurant we wanted to go to wasn't open until noon.We walked by a TON of churches.

Lunch was at a place called Trattoria Da Mario. It was PACKED! We waited about half an hour before being seated. Since it is so busy, customers are seated wherever there are seats. We sat at a table of 4 with two other strangers. One was from Taiwan (but he left shortly after we arrived), Paris, and the other (that took the place ...

Homeless in Florence

A travel blog entry by depaysement

... got it's name stitched on to a bib, unfortunately we have heard rumours of a name change since so looks like he will have gained himself a nickname before even being born! I also picked myself up a nice handbag, I don't know what has happened to me on this trip but it seems I am turning into a real girl! Soon enough it was time to hop on the next train and so, knackered, we reluctantly wandered towards another sleepless night.


Day 2 & 3 In Italy

A travel blog entry by kristinmccreery


... apartment came with a few rolls of toilet paper and some soap.

After our lunch break we went back to the studio for our first drawing class. She showed us the basics of drawing the human face and body--I feel like I learned much more from her the first day than my other drawing professor the whole semester. For our grades in the class we need at least 30 study drawings-- so just of different things we see in the ...

Florence, Day 5: Thursday

A travel blog entry by lgellert

... see Michelangelo's David); Duomo (dome by Brunelleschi) and Baptistery (Gates of Paradise by Ghiberti). We could not enter either because of Holy Week. Explore open air art museum of Signoria Square ending at Ponte Vecchio, aka Old Bridge. We walked across the old bridge, where Terry bought a wallet and Grant bought Susan a gift. We also visited the Medicci palace. Afterwards we stopped for lunch at a small ...

Pizza, pasta and gelato!

A travel blog entry by becka.jayne


... each was. St Peters Basilica was absolutely enormous and very elaborate, with beautiful marble and mosaic floors, multiple giant statues of saints and popes and a gorgeous stained glass window at the front of a dove. We braved the heat and 500 steps and climbed the cupola, or dome, to get a lovely view of Rome. The staircases start off normally, then become a small spiral staircase, then zigzagging narrower and narrower steps until you are leaning sideways along ...


This hotel, located on Via Corniano 8, San Miniato, is near Vallebona Roman Theatre, Santa Croce sull'Arno, and Torre Mani.
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