Dino Hotel

Faentina 329, Fiesole, Tuscany, 50010, 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 ...

Day 4 - Florence

A travel blog entry by italianstallion on Apr 12, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... over and threw a buncha pink rose petals at their table and we started looking more closely. Thanks to google on the iPhone JJ verified that it was either Pink, her clone or a fan who has every body tattoo in identical locations on her neck and both of her arms. After a glass of wine JJ bumped into her in the hallway on the way back from the restroom, ok.. he stalked her and asked if he could kindly get a pic with her to surprise us back at the ...

Final Paper for Class- Hannah's Italian Food Diary

A travel blog entry by hcarr13 on Jun 06, 2012

... here Italy, like most people worry about. Although a lot of carbohydrates are consumed, if eaten in smart proportions, it provides you with a healthy amount of nutrients and energy. Since everything is made with such care and all the food is fresh, the food here ends up being much better than what my body is used to back at home.

Based off of what I have learned from my food diary, I have no doubt in my mind that I will alter my ...

Under the Tuscan Sun !

A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jun 20, 2011

1 comment, 51 photos

... little pastries, biscuits and breads all topped with delectable suprises including pesto, salmon and cherry tomatoes with mayo. We ‘rolled’ out of there some hours later not wanting DINNER at all ! The bill paid we had a lovely send off from the staff and left feeling that not only was one burnt Crème Caramel more than compensated for, but we also learned something of the local people’s charming way to enhance your culinary experience here in Italy.

When ...

Tacky Tourist Necessary....

A travel blog entry by engagedandgone on Mar 03, 2011

5 photos

... busy with people or cars. (Not so much by the time we were leaving Saturday afternoon) To be fair, in Florence, cars are not much of an issue. You can walk down the middle of roads for the most part and not be bothered. Every attraction is within walking distance. The streets are cobblestone, the houses and buildings colourful; it really does feel like an artsy city. (Like the use of a semi colon there?)

The Basillica di San Lorenzo is ...