Hotel Parma e Oriente

Address: Viale Cavallotti, Montecatini Terme, Tuscany, \N, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Viale Cavallotti, Montecatini Terme, is near Giardino Zoologico di Pistoia, Grotta Giusti Spa & Hotel, Montecatini Terme Spa, and Montecatini Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme

      Watch out for the champagne!

      A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 15, 2014

      2 comments, 29 photos

      ... said yesterday, "Parts of the cow you have never thought about eating!" We rambled through the stalls on the ground floor, but owing to a distinct lack of anything resembling a kitchen at our disposal, moved upstairs in search of sustenance. We settled for sharing a ham and soft cheese panini, with 2 small dolci, and decaf cappuccini. So very yummy! We then made our way past all the leather goods stalls (leather from Peru, worked in Italy) to the ...

      Florence on the Train

      A travel blog entry by wamfam on Jul 08, 2014

      2 photos

      ... a bit lucky that the many hawkers had umbrellas and ponchos with them to see us, but it seems it happens so often, they can probably live off the unprepared tourista. We didn't succumb to the wiles of the hawkers however and decided to brave the rain with a short walk to the hotel. Meredith had done a sterling job with hotels yet again and we were only up for a 500m walk from the station. The only thing that caused us to get really wet ...

      Birthplace of the Renaissance

      A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Dec 11, 2013

      13 photos

      ... 13Up early and raring to go I made a beeline for the Capella San Lorenzo, where I spent almost an hour wandering around, engrossed in the fascinating audio tour that came free with the entrance ticket. Among the artworks in this old church, seen by the Medici family as their family’s church, were painted reliefs by Raphael (?), a pair of carved pulpits worked on but left incomplete by Raphael (?) and a beautiful bronze gate by *** at the entrance to one of ...

      Arrivederci, Italia!

      A travel blog entry by berniandjay on Aug 30, 2013

      53 photos

      ... the huge crowd was simply waiting to be let inside as we had arrived 1-2 minutes before opening time. We were promptly seated and a clean (and modern) highchair was placed at the table for Giacomo. We weren’t given any menus; rather, the head honcho provided us with options for starters, pasta, and meats at various intervals and we nodded yes to everything for the most part. Our feast ...

      It's still standing!

      A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Jul 19, 2013

      36 photos

      ... by the Florentines. It has two defensive walls, one being Etruscan and the other Medieval. It is also an important centre in Tuscany because of it's 3000 year old history and its production of Alabaster. When you walk into town it's like stepping back in time similar to San Gimignano but without the towers, except for the Town Hall. After spending some time wandering round town visiting churches and taking photos we continue on our merry way. Up ...