Address: Viale Manzoni 21, Montecatini Terme, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Viale Manzoni 21, Montecatini Terme, is near Giardino Zoologico di Pistoia, Grotta Giusti Spa & Hotel, Montecatini Terme Spa, and Montecatini Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme

    First Week of January

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... includes some ancient sarcophagi, a large14th-century fresco and a cloistered courtyard with soil imported from Jerusalem which claims to turn a body into bones within 24 hours! The museum features the preparatory sketches (sinopias) for the Campsanto's frescoes which were uncovered by bombing in World War II. We are preparing to move to a larger apartment about 20 minutes from here next week. We're excited by the prospect of having a bit more ...

    Medici Chapel and Boboli Gardens

    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... Michelangelo like one of the family. The first tomb is the Tomb of Lorenzo II, grandson of Lorenzo the Magnificent, and this tomb has the statues of Dusk and Dawn. Dawn is waking from sleep, and dusk is about to fall asleep. Opposite is the tomb of Giuliano, son of Lorenzo the Magnificent and younger brother of Pope Leo X. There are two statues representing Day (a powerfully built man) and Night (a young sleeping woman). Incidentally, Leo X was responsible for ...

    How much art can two girls see in Firenze?

    A travel blog entry by lwesolow on Jun 02, 2014

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    ... the tombs of Michelangelo, Galileo and Dante. Following the viewing of the cathedral, we wandered through the museum and cloisters. Before you went through the museum, there was an amazing contemporary marble sculpture display with a Dante theme. We went into the lower level of the building and were treated to a very dark and eerie (yet chilled) room with an interesting altar. Throughout the hallway there were interesting lighted sculptures that ...


    A travel blog entry by crankin on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... the St Lorenzo markets which is streets of shops and stalls selling mainly clothing items. Sandy and I both bought Italian leather jackets and new Italian shoes. Oops, there goes the budget!

    Tomorrow (Tuesday) we head to Rome. Caterina has booked us a taxi to the train station and I'm looking forward to swanning about the first class carriage in my new Italian gear.

    Arrivederci until next time.


    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Aug 12, 2013

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    ... for a bit longer and spent some time looking through the markets. All the main piazzas and streets are covered in markets for the tourist season. With Ross feeling pretty rough and the temperature getting into the high 30s in the afternoon we left the crowds and headed back to camp to relax for a bit. In the late evening, just after sunset, we headed over to the Michelangelo Piazza to get some pictures of the ...