Grand Hotel Tamerici & Principe
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Tamerici & Principe Montecatini Terme
Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... remember seeing Hitler and Mussolini drive by when he was a boy. He's strictly anti-war now because he remembers how much damage the city took during WWII (the Ponte Vecchio was the only bridge left standing.) We must have been there for at least forty five minutes because all of his stories were so interesting. He wished us all as much luck in love as he had had when we left him.
We came back to the hotel by way of the market again. I ...
... This is a spa town with hot thermal springs so we and some of our new friends skipped dinner and went for relaxing Friday night out in Italy. What better way to spend our last night in Italy then laying by the pool sipping drinks or laying around in the warm spa. A good night had by all.
Stay tuned for more exciting adventures soon.
Randall & Mikey
... we all played drinking games until 4am before heading back to our accommodation. One of the boys is living in Barcelona at the moment, so may be a tour guide for Charlotte and I if I can twist his arm.... Haha. It ended up being a really good night and everyone who had stayed at Space Disco said it got better too, so smiles all round! So from a very horrible morning to a really fun night, my experience in Florence was a mixed one, but worth it none the less. :) ...
... spent a bit of time up there and picked out the house we would like to live in.
We made it back to Florence with no trouble at all to find that our landlord, Stefan, had left us a bottle of Vinsanto and a bag of biscotti to say farewell.
This is our last night in Florence. We went back to the mozzarella bar, Obika, for a caprese salad and then to Venchi for a final gelati. Florence has been spectacular. It is a city of very flashy art and geat ...
... quite frightening watching these paramedics, who did not appear very knowledgeable or equipped, as they put the neck brace on upside down and then proceeded to ask me to tell Clive to walk on to the ambulance! After explaining there was no way he could possibly walk, they strapped him onto the stretcher and finally got him in to the ambulance.
Quite shaken up myself, the remaining group (including Clive’s daughter Katherine) climbed back aboard ...