Suite Duomo

Address: Via Posta Vecchia, Pistoia, Tuscany, Pistoia, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pistoia

Back home in Pistoia

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Aug 20, 2014

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... rest we went into Pistoia by nighttime for the first time actually. We tried to see the Ospedale de Ceppo but it was being renovated. You could do a subterranean tour but we decided not to. Walked around the town by night and it was quite lovely. Craig bought a floral pair of shorts. We had a drink in the market square, which was nice and then chose Ristorante del Duomo. It was situated in a lovely little street with archway and quite ...

Sightseeing around Florence

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Oct 12, 2013

5 photos

... shopping and each bought new leather coats! We also found a new gelato place, Edoardos! I got cinnamon and it tasted exactly like cinnamon toast crunch - may or may not have found my newest addiction! After walking around the whole city, my feet hurt and I'm exhausted so I'm heading to bed. We have to be up bright and early for our train ride to visit the Pope tomorrow!

XOXO Sarah


A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Aug 30, 2013

11 photos

... out again! Back on the scooters, we drove along hill crests, down the valleys, through small towns. Just all over. It was a wonderful day. Back to the castle at about 4 pm, bought some olive oil, and drove back to Florence. They dropped us off across the river, and we walked to the train station. A pretty good hike. We're on the train to Bologna now, even though we picked seats together, I'm in coach 8 and Jim is ...

Day 8 - Volterra, San Gimignano

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego on Jun 20, 2013

1 comment, 38 photos

... impromptu gave us a tour of their workshop, explained how alabaster comes in 6 types (opaque white, translucent white, dark brown, light brown, white with brown streaks, and white with white streaks), showed us some of their tools/machinery, and gave us some demonstrations. Alabaster is mined in caves and it is a little bit softer than marble. It was a treat that they spent so much time with us, and the kids really enjoyed it. There was a fine white dust everywhere! ...

Walking in Florence

A travel blog entry by gtlr on May 14, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... br>
Geoff was pleased to find a specialist pen store where he could get a particular pencil he likes to work with at S fraction of the price they cost in NZ - mind you if you add in the airfare it's still cheaper back home but not nearly as exciting buying one in Auckland as compared to Florence.

We finished up our day a little early so we could head back to the hotel and get some work done on the kids blogs and then crashed as we are all pretty ...