Hotel San Ranieri
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Ranieri Pisa
This is an amazing Hotel with such imaginative design everywhere you look. The room was very comfortable, great bathroom, large bed, air conditioning. Roof terraces were fabulous to relax and have a drink as were the gardens. Near Airport, good connection,...
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There are plenty of rest stops/gas station combos on the Autostrada called Autogrille. There are probably the equivalent to Canadian Esso and Tim Hortons rest stops. The Autogrille was a full convenience store and cafeteria with fresh made bread, sandwiches and pastries. These stops made our journey more pleasant. The only odd thing was that none …
... the pool for a lazy day. We made rolls for lunch and had a brief break back at the mobile home
then it was back to the pool for most of us while Scott and Gareth did some filming for their spy film using the bunk room in the mobile home as the "jail". We impressed on them that they MUST lock ...
The day started out rather gloomy and overcast but this was the first inclement day of the past two weeks! We arrived in the port of LaSpezia and quickly headed to Pisa in the morning. It is in the Tuscan region and it was cloudy out but the sun shone brightly as Angie and I were being photographed next to the magnificent Medieval tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. We spent an hour admiring the magnificent structure and touring the Cathedral ( the oldest ...
This morning did not start well. After being mis-directed to the bus stop, we sat and waited for 20 minutes until finally spying our bus turning out of a different road and speeding away from us. Unwilling to wait a further 20 minutes we decided to walk the 30 mins to the train station with our backpacks. This plan was further complicated by a lack of directional knowledge, having being picked up at the train station ...
... a little more but the rain got so heavy that we were driven back to the villa ( no umbrella). Gave me a chance to buy an e-book to read and Peter to catch up on some sleep- he still has his cold/flu from Sydneyand his sleep is interrupted - also, an opportunity to dry our coats, gloves, hats and shoes a little.
We set out again at about 6pm to find somewhere for dinner, wandering back into the centro storico. Clear ...