Hotel Portavaldera

Via De Chirico 6, Peccioli, Tuscany, 56037, Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Peccioli

    Life in Pistoia

    A travel blog entry by scarfy on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... mozzies, but we now have buzz off, so hopefully she will be ok now. Its been hot here in the 30's so some cooler weather will be good. We are going to a town called Lucca which is a walled city. Craig and I are taking a bike ride so it should be fun. On Friday its back to Milan by train, a couple of days of sight seeing and then off home. Take care and love to all, Scarfy and ...

    Free falling into the Mediterranean.

    A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jun 11, 2014

    12 photos

    ... And I then jumped.

    My friends, I'd love to tell you about an incredibly poetic, symbolic jump into the ocean, where my fall felt like slow motion and in that moment I had an epiphany of what I wanted out of life, love, and my future. About how I took a leap of faith and I ended up engulfed in the beautiful salty seas of Italy, surrounded by wonderful people and an adventure unmatched by any I've had before.

    But no, none of that happened. I just ...

    Pisa and Lucca: More interesting than thought!

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 28, 2013

    69 photos

    ... the tower, the church inside is one of the most beautiful I have seen anywhere so I did take a lot of shots!

    As predicted, our tiny group of 5 finished our tour way ahead of the larger double-language group, so I was free to go off on my own to explore the town. To judge my remaining time better, I ate lunch first at the closest restaurant that looked promising so I would not waste my tour looking for something to eat! Even though I am fairly tired of pizza ...

    A slice of Pisa

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Apr 21, 2013

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    ... disguise as it allowed the soil to stabilise preventing the tower from falling completely. In 1272 construction began once more and the upper floors were built to compensate for the lean with one side being taller than the other and meaning the tower is not perfectly straight. I expect the early architects believed this to be a colossal building fail and yet now it is one of the most visited sites ...

    Cinque Terre: la dolce vita...

    A travel blog entry by bmurdo on Aug 21, 2012

    23 photos

    ... lightly-sweetened precious limonade. If he hadn’t been behind the counter, I might have given him a big sweaty hug! We thanked him and made our way into Monterosso, where we looked like haggard hobos in a stylish resort-town of tan bikini and speedo clad people. We found a café quickly and refueled with some amazing pesto bruschetta before practically running to the beach. Renting an umbrella and chairs, we gained access to the fancy beach and ...