Villa Giorgia - Albergo In Collina
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Giorgia - Albergo In Collina Pistoia
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... is again a gorgeous vista. It is not for the claustrophobic (Max and Denis would not like it) and one lady who was nearly at the top had to turn around. It is amazing to think how they built such amazing architecture without our modern equipment. The baptistery opposite was so much more beautiful inside with gold mosaics. All the frescos in both certainly put you off their depiction of hell!! After lunch at a little cafe that ...
August 17, 2014
Limonaia was not as good as we hoped although my pasta with prawns and zucchini flowers was pretty tasty. When we came back the lights of Pistoia were absolutely gorgeous. We have chosen to have another quiet day – changing the linen and a lot more planning and booking for Austria and a little bit of Germany. We did go out for a local drive ...
... it's over an hours walk away. So following his directions we wait on via de leonardo (street name) at the bus stop for the bus that never arrives. After discussing what to do we start walking instead towards the river. When we finally see a bus & run for it is not in service. Grant feels sorry for the driver of bus 13 if I get hold of him at the top of the Pizzale. We walk & walk following the map. No other buses appear so we end up walking all the way up. The last ...
... discussing our music playlists and (for some odd reasons) past love-lives. From there we wandered around the markets before heading back in what I was sure was the vague direction of the hostel (finally caved and asked for directions to find we were awesomely enough only about 100m away). Then we met our group and headed back into the city for fancy dinner and karaoke! The meal was delicious, though I learnt that if you order Ravioli in Italy, you get about ...
... wanted to let his family know etc by sending an email. The only thing he had was his passport – funny that! Considering we were over the very edge of the bar, not right near the exit, we said yes. If he was going to run off with the phone he would have to run past many bar staff first through a narrow exit. Plus I have pretty quick reflexes so I wouldn’t have been far behind him, if not caught him in front. So I wasn’t worried. He seemed genuinely screwed! I ...