Hotel Piccolo Ritz

Via Atto Vannucci 67, Pistoia, Tuscany, 51100, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pistoia

Day 7 - Florence, Day 2

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego


... hot. None of the 6 kids whined...they were troopers for the 1-1/2 hours we were there.

We had a relaxing pizza lunch at a place that had AC, and then we stopped at another Grom gelato shop, which so far is our favorite place. I had limone (lemon, my favorite) and melone (cantaloupe) - try to say that 10 times really fast, pronouncing each vowel - and all the kids had cafe (coffee) again which is likely a good hit of caffeine.

Florence, Ferraris and Fun!

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys


... played in Florence the weekend we were there. Although we didn't get tickets to see any of the games, we were lucky to see the parade of Medieval bands, ladies, and soldiers walking through the streets. We had excellent pastas and wine too!

Alas, Caleb's top spot to visit in Europe was the Ferrari Museum in Modena (and the factory museum in the close by town of Maranello). So we took a two hour train ...


A travel blog entry by inhovea


... the actual Medici chapel. The church was nice to be in, it is still being used to celebrate mass in.
We had lunch in a little trattoria where the owner was very concered about making sure everyone got exactly what they wanted. The food was good too.
We went back to the Duomo at 2pm and the crowds had cleared so we bought the combination ticket. We started with the climb up the bell tower, the Campanile - all 410 steps. There are a couple of spots ...

I'm lost for words - Florence!

A travel blog entry by kaizen


... the little church down a narrow alley where she married and broke his heart. Apparently they first met when he was 9 and she was 8, and he had loved her all that time.
Before towns started to build strong tall walls around them, they kept their streets very narrow with houses with sections which hung out over the street from which the inhabitants would pelt invaders with rocks, sewage, old fruit - anything they could get their hands on really. Today I walked ...

Second Dinner

A travel blog entry by bandminitalia


... color, flavors, or aromas, and they boast that they make all the items in house. If the flavor is an indicator of this- I believe it! It was sooo creamy you would thinki it was pistachio flavored softened butter. Literally melting in your mouth before you could even think.
On the way back to the aparment we saw a street performer (which i always love watching- if they are good) and posed for some silly pictures by the Duomo.


This hotel, located on Via Atto Vannucci 67, Pistoia, is near San Giovanni Fuoricivitas, San Domenico, Cappella del Tau, and Museo San Zeno.
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