Hotel Touring Pisa

Address: Via Puccini 24, Pisa, Tuscany, 56125, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    A travel blog entry by lawpc on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... attack. After the game, we are greeted by coaches who were generous enough to give us all t shirts, and we are very grateful for their gifts. The game was fun and as the sun sets over Tuscany, we head home.

    We had a wonderful 5 course meal and with our stomachs full and our minds exhausted, we head to sleep. It was a wonderful day in Tuscany and the pizza was just as amazing as we imagined.

    -Sam and ...

    Day 31 - Leaning tower of Pisa & Lucca

    A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Oct 26, 2014

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    ... and on our way back to the station, did a bit of souvenir shopping. Before we reached the station, we knew I had a lot more time so Guiseppe suggested that he drive us down to his town Lucca. That was an add on to my trip. We quickly decided to run to the station to check if I could exchange my ticket for a new ticket from Lucca to Florence. I was lucky.We bought the new ticket and were on our way out of Pisa to go into Lucca.

    Lucca is a ...


    A travel blog entry by kirag on Aug 16, 2014

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    After the longest wait for train tickets at Florence we finally found the train we were meant to catch. Italy needs to have more signs. After hearing a lot of bad reviews about Pisa and how dodgy it is. (I couldn't remember this from 6 years ago) we were kind of regretting staying a night there. We arrived at station and had to walk about 25 mins to our hostel which was really close to the ...

    Our day in Pisa! (and Florence too)

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... parents and that when she climbed the tower, there was no caging at all. It was completely wide open. She also said that nobody really fell off, but that there was a reason you had to be over the age of 8 to climb it (so I’m assuming kids may have fallen). She also told us about how a lot of people would climb the tower only to jump to commit suicide and that for a while the tower was closed to the public because of this. It was scary enough with ...

    Rome continued......

    A travel blog entry by concon3546 on Dec 08, 2013

    On our second day, we took a tour called crypts and catacombs and saw three different places. We learned about the cappuccino monks. They invented the cappuccino. Also they collected bones of their order from around Europe and made rooms filled with bone art. One room had the heart of a woman who wanted to join the monks but couldn't (being female) and when she died they ...