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 ...

A day of sightseeing in beautiful Firenze

A travel blog entry by aj.delacova on Sep 09, 2012

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... rosso was good but the spaghetti bolognese was just average - my first disappointment with Italian food. It was bound to happen but I was hungry and didn't want to wait. I was nourished, nonetheless. ;-) And for only €10 - what did I expect! Off to the Arno and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Going to the Giardino di Boboli and Palazzo Pitti. Ciao, for now! I decided to stop to see if there were tickets available today for Galleria Uffizi and to my luck, there were! I am ...

Lost in life... as usual

A travel blog entry by dannyvivo on Oct 17, 2011

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... thought it would help me figure out what I want in life. Maybe even make me feel like it's time to settle down. Nope... it all got worst. Now, I crave to see more.

A while ago I read a passage in one of Jostein Gaarder books, The Solitaire Mystery, that said: " why did she have to go away to find herself? ... my advice for those who are going to find themselves is this: Stay exactly where you are. Otherwise you are in great danger of losing yourself forever." ...

Planes, trains and automobiles...

A travel blog entry by sparsel on Mar 07, 2011

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... intricate; you don't see that kind of architectural work anymore.  There was a tower that provides you a great view of the city, but unfortunately it was closed by the time we got there.  Tomorrow we are doing a hike that is suppose to be even a better view and even better it's free! So we'll see.... After spectating the Duomo we decided to try a restaurant that is in our guidebook, "Europe on a shoestring." We got to the restaurant to find a ...

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, ...