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.
... are huge and magnificent, and the walk was what we needed. Returning to Hotel Smart, we assembled the bikes outside the front door, and handed them, and the bikes over to hotel staff to put in the baggage room. With two bikes to assemble and four tyres to inflate, it took a while, but the bikes went together without problems. I forgot to bring thread locking liquid, so no doubt the screws mounting the carriers will need constant re- tightening. I ...
... paths. There was also a variety of street artist, the invisible man and the strong man and musicians.
I continued on to the Metro station near the Spanish Steps. As the sun was still shining I took some more photographs at the steps in the sun, and Ted even had a sit on the steps with the big crowd of people that had gathered.
I was then on my way South next stop Naples
... had a massive drink, and steak each for dinner, then went back to the hotel. The next morning, we got up, and went out after having some breakfast. We stopped for a drink, and I got a really nice fizzy orange drink. After finishing the drink, we found out it was an alchopop, and had as much alcohol in it as a beer. Mum and the waitress were very distraught, but I felt fine. Then we walked through ...
... gas stove!! Worth it! We spent a great day in Roma – wandering about the incredibly roasting streets, taking in the sites and generally being amazed by the massive amount of history at every corner. Enjoying some tasty pizza wedges even if we were rudely surprised by its price at the counter! We had a nightmare journey in the dark trying to find somewhere to stay after such an easy day of travelling by train into Roma, learnt our lesson ...
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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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