Hotel Bellavista

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

        Tuesday...San Giovanni day

        A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Jun 24, 2014

        6 photos

        Well...if I had started this earlier I would have had a lot to say but since we were celebrating the patron saint of Firenze with wine and fireworks...I'll give you details tomorrow, and pictures...ciao Alore, it's 8:00 and I've been up by myself for an hour. Yesterday was way too much fun. When Larry and I went for our morning walk we saw the big San Giovanni di Baptiste Day parade....flag throwers and all....lots of ...

        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, ...

        Uffizi Gallery and Galileo Museum

        A travel blog entry by holdfast on Oct 11, 2013

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... the main floor was closed off for visitors. I wish they would have mentioned that when they gleefully took my €30 to get in. Oh well Italy is struggling at the moment and every little bit counts. What should have taken a couple of hours had only taken 90 mins. I could see signs for the cafe on the terrace overlooking the Duomo and thought I had done reasonably well. The cafe was full and so we decided to go and get something to eat. Off down the stairs following the ...

        Home of the World's Best Baked Beans

        A travel blog entry by schweetbix on Jun 25, 2013

        ... wouldn't want to not like tight spaces. Up the top the view was spectacular, but we saw people a little bit higher than us on the dome so not to be undone we went straight to that (after initially not being allowed in to the Church part as my skirt - just above the knees - was too short and therefore insults God). Once again, not something you want to be doing if you don't like cramped, warm, dark conditions. But upstairs around the top of the dome was pretty impressive. ...

        Up close and personal with some Frescoes

        A travel blog entry by morningcoffee on Sep 27, 2012

        5 photos

        ... he made an incision to make a halo, I see a colour that he later corrected, I see a point of light," she said, speaking of Gaddi with the ease with which one talks of a neighbor - "It still speaks to us and that is truly emotional." Eight major scenes, each about seven metres wide and four metres high, illustrate the "Legend of the True Cross". They start with the death of Adam and include Biblical characters such as his son Seth, ...