Albergo Bellavista

Via Montalbano 61, San Baronto, Tuscany, 51030, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from San Baronto

    In the footsteps of Da Vinci !!

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Apr 05, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos





    Campeggio Barco Reale. Sabato - Aprile 5th 2014.

    We are in the Montalbano Hills, with views of Pistoia and Firenze far below in the valley. There are few other campers around which is a blessing since I'm left loose, untethered, ready to pounce on a wayward feline if the chance should arise. Oggi, I'm tapping away with the rain bouncing off the roof. The valley has disappeared in mist and a long walk is not on the cards. A good job too, ...

    Mighty Colosseum, then onto Florence

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 23, 2013

    31 photos




    Mighty Colosseum then onto Florence



    Today we're getting a 6:45am wake up call, oh wait… yet again another hotel forgets to wake us up. Lol, I’m getting use to this. Luckily I set my own alarm and was up at 6:00am to speak to my family, I’m missing them so much!





    The wifi room downstairs is really bad, especially when you have got about 20 Germans using it aswell at so at 7:00am I head back ...

    Amalfi Coast!

    A travel blog entry by hcarr13 on May 27, 2012

    237 photos

    This weekend in the Amalfi Coast was INCREDIBLE. A group of 9 of us booked the trip through the Bus2Alps company that I mentioned in a previous post and it was great because everything was all laid out for us and the staff was really organized and supportive. They were really young and fun, but still made sure that everyone was taken care of and got the most out of their experience.

    We left at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday and got to Sorrento around 2 a.m. They played movies on the ...

    Florence and the Cinque Terra

    A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Jul 01, 2011

    ... One section of the path was closed due to a landslide, but a "scenic" route was still open, unfortunately for us the scenic route basically climbed a mountain. It was intense! but at the top the views were the best we had all day. I cant do it justice in this description, so check out the pics.

    We were totally exhausted that night, so it was a few recover beers and then early to bed. The next day we were to say good bye to Italy and head for Nice in France.
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    Adventures in the Tuscan Countryside

    A travel blog entry by jsbeurope on Feb 07, 2011

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... achelogical site where two thousand years ago a volcano desicrated the entire population. Arriving in the Eternal City of Rome for the first time and glimpsing the ruins of the coleseum interwoven into the contemporary fabric of modern society. Seeing the Pope! Yep that is right we were able to gain enterance into St. Peters Basilica while the Pope was blessing new Cardinals, it was amazing! And then rounding out our journey we glimpsed the famed Sistine Chapel and the Museums ...