Camping di Fiesole

Via Peramondo 1, Fiesole, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fiesole

Cycle racing in Fiesole

A travel blog entry by calmtours on Sep 27, 2013

Drove the mountain road to Callecine and then walked 5km to Fiesole because the roads were closed due to the cycle racing. They were racing from Florence and the mountain section was up to Fiesole through the town centre and down the other side, both steep windy sections. People lined the roadside to get a glimpse of the action, but the competitors were gone in a flash. Saw riders in all the colours ...

Florence, Siena and Pisa

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Sep 12, 2012

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... only (from today’s point of view) primitive tools. For sure also Pizza and Gelato is part of the Italian culture which we couldn’t miss on our first day.

Day two turned out to be our Florence cultural day. Our first stop was the Uffizi which is the most important museum of Florence. Thanks to our pre-reserved tickets we skipped the queue and went right into the building. Already the building and its rich indoor design is impressive ...

Statues in Florence

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Feb 16, 2012

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Thursday 16th February
continued... We got the 2 hour train to Florence (which went smoothly thank goodness) and found our way to our hostel which is in a fantastic location but is fairly dodgy like the last one with a 5 hour lockout to 'clean', ie. Pack up beds for inspections. After dumping our bags we went out to find dinner and found a nice restaurant just down the road where we ...

Does David have a brother? One that's not stone?

A travel blog entry by mlp5176 on Apr 17, 2011

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After a short train ride, we had arrived in Florence. It was around 9 p.m. and we were all exhausted, hungry, and thrilled to hear that our hostel was only a five minute walk from the train station. We were instructed down a road full of giant, neon bright HOTEL -------- signs. I was relieved in a way. Neon signs may not indicate a Marriot, but we've learned that places well-marked like that are usually decent places to stay. So ...

A charming little town with a stunning view.

A travel blog entry by sabrina.mason on Sep 16, 2010

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... Florence below! Supposedly (according to our so called ISA Florence "bible" - it's the book they made for us that has just about anything you could need to know) we were to take a public bus from the train station up to this little town. But, it turns out that the bus doesn't stop at the train station, it stops in Piazza San Marco. But, luckily we already had bus tickets and they're good for 90 minutes at a time, so we just hopped on a bus and headed to San Marco. Of course, ...