Residence Isola Verde
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Isola Verde Pisa
Travel Blogs from Pisa
... height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">
From there we walked back over the bridge heading toward the station (stopping for yet another gelato) and we went to the Fort Nuovo set in the Scottish Gardens. Very impressive and the moat around the Fort is huge. From there we headed back to the station and onto our next place - Firenze ...
... the ever increasing crowds of tourists and wander through the town. Palazzo dei Cavalieri, gelato, Piazza Garibaldi, across the Arno river via Ponte di Mezzo, Piazza XX Settembre down to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. Wow, at that point we could have walked to the Stazione and picked up a tourist map from the information centre. However, as we had bought one in Piazzadi Miracole, didn't bother.
In Piazza XX Settembre was the Logge ...
... cathedral had so many beautiful chapels.....just oh so splendid ! Every Italian cathedral we have seen, has always had an accompanying Baptistry. Did not realise till yesterday that in time gone past, christians were not allowed in a church unless they were first baptised. Hence, the Baptistry is a straight line path away from the church/cathedral, to allow a quick path from baptism to worship ! After viewing the baptistry and ...
... that the weather will be better in Pisa, and that as the day goes along the sun will put in an appearance and the rain will go somewhere else. So our journey begins. First we catch the shuttle bus out of the port which drops us in the middle of towns. First stop the tourist information office where we pick up some general information, then across the road to the Tabacchi to buy some bus tickets. Next we catch the bus to the train station and the rain is ...
... its new owner, then head on my way... wandering around the southeast side of Pisa... pausing in one last castle garden... then walking to the airport... on to my plane... And so my longest uninterrupted Parkbench Concert Trip comes to an end. Conclusion of this Trip Even though I'm feeling sick, and I've been on the road non-stop for over 70 days, I strangely have no desire or need to stop. I feel I could just keep traveling on and on ...