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 ...

Cinque Terra

A travel blog entry by braden712 on Nov 07, 2013

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... so beast that I ran out space to take pictures. We had dinner at what was supposed to be the best Italian restaurant in the world. I'd say I think they were right, it was amazing! The next day we are planning on going down to the beach for the whole ...

Day 3 - Hello Florence

A travel blog entry by mayyap on Aug 03, 2013

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On day 3 we said goodbye to Rome and hello to Florence. We stopped at Siena for a a couple of hours, which is just enough time for a delicious gelato, sightseeing, pictures, shopping and lunch. We strolled through this beautiful medieval town where streets are paved with cobblestones. It was a long walk to Campo Square where the Palio bareback horse race takes place every year but it was surely worth it. We sat ...

Day 8 - Volterra, San Gimignano

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

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... 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! ...

First time in Firenze

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 06, 2013

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... people (again, Americans) who were talking not to talk on her tour! 'If you come to my shop, you will listen to me' type thing - she was awesome. She explained that this is how you should eat/drink oil every time and most people in Italy do and that we could expect it to be ok to start but as it goes down we would feel a deep burning sensation in the back of our throats. She said she would be surprised if we didn't cough. 15 seconds later we had a full room of people trying not ...