San Lorenzo

Address: Via San Lorenzo N 6 , Pescia, Tuscany, 51017, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via San Lorenzo N 6 , Pescia, is near La Cuba, Regional Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Regionale), Shrine of Santa Rosalia, and Museo Etnografico Pitre.
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Travel Blogs from Pescia

The bottom of Italy’s boot

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jan 29, 2015

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... Aranchini. These were hard to find in the vegetarian variety but the hunt was worth it as they were amazing and we could wash them down with some local beer.

After a run around town in the morning dodging crazy Sicilian drivers (worse than the average mainland variety) we planned to hit the beach. These plans changed once the wind and dust kicked up an almighty fuss. Instead we opted to head south through the island. We made it to Piazza Armerina ...

Arena in Syracuse

A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 07, 2015

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The arena in Syracuse was a round center for games much like the Colosseum. It was the second largest to the Colosseum and was used for a variety of things such as chariot races and gladiatorial fights. The seats would have gone up to about as tall as the trees (see picture for details). In the center of the arena is a large hole with two beams sticking up. During ...

Greek/ Roman Amphitheater

A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 06, 2015

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It is believed that this theater began as a Greek theater and later was transformed into a Roman one. This is evident in the style the theater was built (point toward Greek) and the brick work (pointing toward Roman). It is quite an impressive structure because the center of the stage is open and you can see to the sea. The Romans conquered Sicily during its conquests and came across this theater. They then restored it ...

Capella Palatina

A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 04, 2015

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The Capella Palatina is a chapel in the Palazzo Reale in Palermo, Sicily. It was built by Arab workers and paid for by Norman Kings. It is in traditional style of most churches during the era. There is a long rectangular area (aisle) and then a smaller area at the end which is covered by a dome. In the aisle, the ceiling is made of ornate wood carvings. The carving had paintings, painted on cloth, ...

Cathedral of Monreale

A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 04, 2015

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... of Jesus Christ. The cloister was home to monks who would meditate on the life of Jesus Christ. The columns in the cloister are marble with Arabic arches.

Monreale is truly unique as it is a blend of multi-culture design and architecture. The cathedral is an example of cultural and religious tolerance despite the civil and religious unrest in the Middle ...