Hotel Di Stefano

Via Sant'Apollonia 35, Pisa, Tuscany, 56127, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Sant'Apollonia 35, Pisa, is near Campo dei Miracoli, Duomo, Duomo Pisa, and Museo dell'Opera del Duomo.
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    Quiet but good day

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... seems to be more.

    Today we walked further afield and found the Ristorante Corradossi. Bit more upmarket and we did have a lovely lunch. My 'trofie’ pasta al pesto had a wonderful flavor and the chicken with truffles (scaloppato al tartufo) was even better. My Italian is improving as is Craig’s. Back home - at least it is a bit cooler today - yesterday was far too ...

    Lean on Me

    A travel blog entry by greg.wedman on Aug 05, 2014

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    It was another early morning, but this time it was a bus ride to start the day. We left Rome behind (1 day did not do it justice but that's all we had) and hit the road for Florence. The bus drivers have very strict regulations that are enforced, so we had two pit stops along the way. We arrived in Pisa around lunch time, where we were given an intro to Pisa and set loose. Blake wanted to climb to the ...

    Our day in Pisa! (and Florence too)

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... as soon as the bus stopped, vendors would come up to us, trying to sell us all sorts of different things. I knew that this was actually illegal in Italy, however what I didn’t know that the tour guide advised us was that it’s illegal to buy from them as well. If a police officer sees you buying something from someone like this, you will get a fine that you have to pay right away as well. The key to know when a vendor is legit is when you get ...


    A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... pretty), put his headphones back on, and strolled away.

    I didn't get his name, but I'm calling him my Italian (Venetian?) angel.

    Our host apologized for the mix-up and walked us through the twilight streets of Venice. When we arrived, the apartment was nothing short of wonderful, and I was eventually able to pass-out and rest.

    Skip to the next entry for a full recap of Venice!

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    Tuscany Travels!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 13, 2013

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    ... climb up the Torre Grossa, not the highest at 54m, but high enough to give great views over the town and surrounding rolling Tuscan hills. This must be about the eighth bell tower we have been up! As we walked out of San Gimignano, we bought a couple of bottles of wine, one a white; the other a classic red Chianti, both harvested and bottled in the town. Wine is so cheap in's a crime not to buy it!

    We left San Gimignano too ...