Hotel Relais Villa San Bastiano

Address: Piazza castello, 8, Monsummano Terme, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Monsummano Terme

      Roma to Milano to Bellagio

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 24, 2014

      ... to Bellgio. Don't know how these drivers pilot busses along such narrow winding roads with stone walls on either side. Arr. Bellagio after dark and had to climb 70 mtr flight of cobbled stairs to get to apartment. Another dummy spit as her bag couldn't cope with the loading rough cobbles and handle broke when I was dragging it up the stairs. 4 nights at La Limonara- ...

      Friday the 13th and howl at the moon

      A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... little shop, validate it in a machine on the bus. We bought our tickets for both ways...so 8 tickets and along with about 100 of our new best friends got on the bus....packed tighter than sardines and couldn't get to the validator machine...this made me very nervous as you can be fined 50€ if they catch you....anyway, we got off at the Tower stop and no one busted us! Now we still have 8 useable tickets! We took the obligatory tacky photos and then waited in the shade for ...

      Art Sculpture and History

      A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Oct 28, 2013

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      ... s outstretched arms muscular like the sculpture of David. The lack of paintings indicated Michelangelo's distaste for painting. He thought sculpting was a higher art form. Out of frustration he added a beautiful carved frame to the painting, itself a masterpiece. The patron did not like the painting and tried to give it back to Michelangelo. As the story goes, the famous Michelangelo charged the patron a second time to accept the return of the art.


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      Goodbye San Quirico, Hello Florence

      A travel blog entry by marioz on Sep 26, 2013

      ... I caught up with the blog and browsed the internet. I think that must just be the difference between men and women. Men like to be the problem solvers and sort things out independently where women don't mind asking someone else to problem solve for them sometimes. We went and found somewhere in a square for dinner. Food seems to be quite expensive here. $43 euros for a pizza, a chicken salad, one small bowl of chips and some water. Lots of ...

      Day 6 - A day in Firenze

      A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan on Jun 06, 2013

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      After a light travel day yesterday, we decided to make a trip into the famous art city of Florence (Firenze in Italian) which is around an hour away taking the A1 from our current accommodation. We arrived in Florence around 9.30ish and parked in an area with a magic view of the city. Florence has many famous sights and a lot of the worlds most historical art is kept here. Again, the Duomo (the cathedral) ...