Accademia Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsAccademia Palace Hotel Pisa
this was a great place to stay - very central and great accomodation
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... are very well paid a and are not allowed to have a life- not allowed to eat spicy foods, alcohol or smoke. After the perfumes factory we then drove to the leaning tower of Pisa. There are 172.5 tunnels from Italian border to Pisa because the border starts halfway through the first tunnel. After visiting the tower we then drove to Florence for the ...
... to the leaning tower of Pisa! We walked down Pisa's shopping street, stopping a couple of times.. Had looked in my lonely planet book for any food recommendations and had written one down, forgot to google it first though and of course it was closed down!! We stopped at another place and decided to do dessert first and got a massive icecream!! Continued on to see the ...
... positive things in my life and in my upcoming future.
Brian and I lucked out and we were able to get tickets to go up into the tower today. After climbing 293 steps at an angle, we made it to the top. From there we were able to view the “Field of Miracles” which houses the leaning Tower of Pisa, the Caposanto, the Duomo, and the Batpistery.
Hope my pictures do it ...
... own militia. I like going to the local grocer and markets to see how the people live. They do not appear to have quite the same choice at the grocer or size of supermarkets we are used to in Australia.
That evening we had a group dinner at a hillside Tuscan Villa with beautiful views of the valley below. We had a one-man musician and Kinda and I were ...
... case we had a bit of time after the tasting at the second place where I enjoyed the view of the hilly country side before we all headed back to Florence. I stopped for dinner with a girl from the wine tasting, getting a "huge" calzone (at least it looked enormous before the air pocket deflated, though it was still a decent size), and then we parted ways I went back to my hostel ready to head to Rome the next day.