Hotel San Ranieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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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 …
... as they all started coming out of their rooms. They were friendly and there was a group of three girls that seemed nice. We decided we were gonna go out so we got ready and went into a room to pregame. I talked to some of the new people for a bit and then we left. Anthony was part of the group, and when I saw him I waved and all he did was wink. typical. We went to the golden cocktail and it really wasn't anything great. I waited a long ...
Early start this morning out to Pisa and the leaning tower. The leaning tower was pretty cool, we all had a competition for best photo of us and the leaning tower, and I won! Did a flying karate kick and timed it perfect right up against the tower! Now off to Florence, so excited to visit the city and try the food! We all went out as a group to this nice Italian restaurant, then out to karoke after! All the songs ...
... we are told) is like lasagna meaning it has lots of layers.
The Colosseum and Forum was covered by another tour - again three hours of stepping back in time. We all were drawn in and entranced by our tour guides who brought history to life and made it so interesting. Many of the original materials (now a days ruins) were taken away to be used for other ...
... and a little to eat in the most beautiful mountain scenes…I kept on wanting to sing…’The hills are alive…with the sound of music….’ Hee hee. It was very nice…but short-lived as we had to catch our train back to Lucca…but we will remember and make our way back through the mountains again…probably when it is much cooler.
The trip back was very…VERY… busy and tight. The train was ‘chocas’ ...