Hotel Piccolo Ritz
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Piccolo Ritz
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Piccolo Ritz Pistoia
Travel Blogs from Pistoia
... Pitecchio. What a pretty town with lovely roads, bridges and of course the Viaduct that we see on the way up to Ulivetto. Josy, the Kramers and Phil and Di will like seeing the photos up close to the viaduct which is huge and was apparently bombed by the Americans during world war 2. We also went up much higher to Cireglio where Phil and Craig walked last week. ...
... around a bit and just picks up the bags like they're his. He sees us again and goes behind an advertisement board. When we start to walk in his direction he starts to walk the other way, but keeps looking back at us. I mean if we didn't stop you when you picked up the bags, just go with them buddy. The cops were standing right there watching you pick up he bags and nothing happened so just go with the bags buddy. Either way it was quite entertaining to watch this ...
... from the chisel, and the difference between the polished marble and the unpolished portion.
Then we walked to the Central Market. The second floor was closed, but the first floor still had those amazing smells, and booths of meat, fish, cheese, olive oil and wines. We went out a different door than we went in and got totally turned around. Wound up back by the train station. Whoops! After a few more wrong turns we found ...
It's 5:30 pm (17:30 Italy time since they use the 24-hour clock), and we're on the train again heading back after our second day trip to Florence. It's hot again (supposedly 20 degrees hotter than usual) and it hit 96 today, a whooping 4 degrees cooler than yesterday, not that we could really tell the difference.
We met our tour guide, Sandra, at the train station and off we went on foot. We had group reservations at the Uffizi ...
... work examples of which could be purchased at its little shop. While at the leather school we noticed a class of 12 students being taught the finer techniques of leather work. All of the students were Chinese. Talk about cutting your own throat! Florence was our last night in Italy (even though we visit Pisa tomorrow) and we felt that the Italian journey was really quite stunning from a scenic, historic ...