Beverly Park

Address: Via Degli Oleandri 59, Pisa, Tuscany, 56128, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Degli Oleandri 59, Pisa, is near Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club.
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        Travel Blogs from Pisa

        Day 63 - Pisa & Lucca, Two for One

        A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Nov 03, 2015

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        ... nice pallazzos.

        Our walk on the wall took about an hour and one half including stops for photos. We then made our way back to San Gimignano (San Jimmy) as we call it and our temporary home for the week. The town is eerily quite with most of the shops shut down. Given it is November and fewer tourists around may explain why everything is closed up. All good though. We had a sunny day touring and enjoying the sites of Pisa and Lucca.


        Hot, hot ,hlt

        A travel blog entry by htaylor on Aug 05, 2015

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        ... but it was just too busy and stressful so we decided to park that excitement for another day. The tower itself was actually a lot more impressive ( and a lot more tilting) than we were expecting. Of course we had to take all the cheesy photos outside the tower. Max was especially keen to take numerous silly shots for his Instagram account and all his hundreds of followers! Let's just say we gave the Japanese tourists a run for their money. Max, Ella and I took the tour and climbed ...

        A day trip to Pisa and Lucca

        A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 07, 2015

        16 photos

        ... years while they tried to figure out what to do! After that the final five extra levels were added.

        The Pisa Baptistry of St John was completed in 1363 and Galileo was baplised there in 1564. Interestingly it is build on the same unstable sand base as the tower and actually leans 0.6 degrees towards the cathedral!

        The Cathedral has an impressive marble covered facade and building commenced in 1093. The story also goes that as a young lad, ...

        They don't call it the leaning tower for nothing

        A travel blog entry by alanandmin on Dec 17, 2014

        5 photos

        ... four pressed pretty close to each other so no matter where you want to sit you're going to be facing someone. I wouldn't want to be hauling luggage on this train. We found an empty set of seats and sat down. The train started to fill fast, and in a few minutes an Italian couple sat down in front of us with luggage in toe. They had a solution to the luggage problem I didn't think of though, they just left it in the small isle way so no one ...

        Our 2nd month in Lucca

        A travel blog entry by italy13 on Jul 20, 2013

        2 comments, 52 photos

        ... small..... the Luccanese don't go out without them and encourage their companions to sniff & be friendly to other passing canines. It's a bit like having a baby, people stop for a pat & chat!!! The sixteenth-century walls and crown went to characterize the city of Lucca, medieval and Renaissance. The whole wall, over 4 km long is interrupted by 11 bastions, all different in structure, and the well-tended avenue of trees give much needed shade from the Summer heat so ...