Hotel Principe Di Piemonte
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We are traveling up the coast of Italy on our way to Florence. We stopped over in a small town called San Gimigniano. A sweet, hill town with self-proclaimed best gelato in the world. We are spending the night tonight in Viagreggio which is a beach resort on the coast of Tuscany.
... the proper, or my, route.
Later, after Eva had left to get another bus, we were due to follow Jean's book for 7 miles as my route took 10 miles. All very well except it turned out his route went alongside a 6 lane dual-carriageway. Just can't understand how anyone could think that was going to be very sensible. Leaving safety considerations aside I suspect that the charm of the girls' large smiles and small shorts may not ...
... decker open top tourist bus. For €18 each we can get on and off all day. We elect to do a complete circuit of all stops and then our first stop off was the Palazzo Barberini which is now a National Art Gallery. Breathtaking and very exciting. We saw original Raphael and Tintoretto paintings. Magical! The palazzo itself was amazing, the size of the rooms, the ceiling frescos, the marble statues........... The stair case was a dream. 4 stories around a small central square, the ...
... sun dried tomatoes I've ever had. This little street was an unplanned gem in the trip. It gave us a slight taste of the locals’ scene amidst a trip filled with the typical tourist hot-spots.
Did I mention how delicious the wine is? The wine. Everywhere we went we just ordered the house red and we were never disappointed. The house wine was so good everywhere we went that we started wondering what the more expensive ...
... which then provoked them to start trying to pitch their sales in various languages. It was humorous for awhile to hear them yelling in the background as they desperately tried to persuade. I had no worry about the massive lines as I had reserved our tickets online, allowing us to bypass everyone. All I had to do was let them scan my reservation code from the IPad, pay for our tickets, and we were in. Voila. The reservation had a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Principe Di Piemonte Rome
Stunning hotel we stopped in for only one night on our way to Florence.
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