Hotel San Ranieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... up the opportunity. Good thing I was flying back with Easyjet and knew I couldn't have more than one bag, otherwise things could have gotten out of hand! But another slightly less life goal was achieved and I found a new bikini, since the one I bought 3 years ago in Granada has pretty much given up all hope.
On my last day in Italy, I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with the time. I was flying out of Fiumicino airport around 730pm, I was still in Pisa in the morning ...
... intended to spread the word! Not happy. But a nice stroll along our street, past Piazza Pitti, and in search of a deli (local supermarket closed today) for rice, (Ellen awoke this morning to find that Abbie's drink bottle had leaked on their shared bedside table, and her phone was sitting in a pool of water. Crossed fingers the rice will help.) and our dinner woes were forgotten. Returned home for chocolate, and blogging,and reading......only one more day in ...
... Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina. It once held a thorn from Christ's crown.
We also found a modern mural by Keith Haring not far from the train station. It was now time to head back to Firenze for our final night!
Dinner tonight was at Trattoria Bordino (very, very good) where Ken enjoyed Bistecca Alla Fiorentina, a big T-bone cooked in the traditional Tuscan way, washed down ...
... In between, there are some flat parts where you can take in the sublime views of the coastline and great scenery in general. It was a beautiful walk and quite busy so you often had to stand aside on the very narrow pathways, exchanging phrases of gratitude which extended from "thank you", to "Grazie", "Merci" or "Danke Schone", etc (excuse the spelling) depending on your guess at the nationality of the tourists passing by.
... enlightened from the train (only 2 carriages) and exited the station. We had no idea how far the city centre was so as we left the station a bus was ready to go and we caught it. We asked to be dropped of at the centre of the city…which he dutifully nodded his head and said ‘certo’….
Fifteen minutes later after being driven up and down beautifully scenic but narrow roads we were advised by the ‘gentile’ bus driver that we were in the ...