Hotel San Ranieri
- 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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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 …
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Phil planned to straighten the Leaning Tower of Pisa with his swiss army knife. You just know no one else has tried that yet!
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... to the upper level. It is very open but you just had to keep quiet. I was looking over the top rail ,taking photos and just taking it all in, when my glasses fell off my head. Oh no I thought they are going to land on someone and take out an eye, shatter or break, or at least land on someone's head and injure them. Waited for the ghastly sound and eventually heard a clunk. Damn, motioned to Steve my glasses had fallen and then down the stairs i go,I had a vague ...
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... villages was like stepping back in time, to a simpler life, without motorways and Walmarts. The original settlers created terraces in all of the surrounding hills for agriculture, because there really is no flat land anywhere in Cinque Terre! This in itself was amazing – massive steep hills neatly terraced and vegetation growing everywhere. The towns were just bursting with all manners of trees and plants and crops – it ...