Villa Giorgia - Albergo In Collina

Bolognese, 164, Pistoia, Tuscany, 51100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bolognese, 164, Pistoia, is near Cathedral of St. Zeno (Cattedrale Di San Zeno), Duomo (Cattedrale di San Zeno), Ospedale del Ceppo, and Baptistery.
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    Travel Blogs from Pistoia

    Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by punk1959 on Jul 09, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... winter to see what's its really like. He said that only the olive trees are green. It has been good and very useful to have Palo and his lovely wife Maria Rosa (you must say her name with rolling r's), to be around for the last week and to slowly get to know them.

    Thursday
    We had loose plans to see San Gimignano and Sienna in the same day. It was a foolish notion! On Thursday we headed south again to ...

    The Road Journeyed Thus Far

    A travel blog entry by billyb63 on Aug 21, 2013

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... petite town. The day had turned down right chilly as we walked up and down the sloping streets of Sienna. The vistas available were breathtaking. We ate dinner and proceeded back to Florence on the road to HELL! Lol! The drive back was not so great. I was crammed in the back of this plastic toy they called a automobile with shopping bags and nowhere to hang on to! We were already to be back at the room so Charlie ...

    Based on a True Story

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 25, 2013

    3 photos

    There is a trend in the States to make films based, usually, rather loosely, on real life in order to make actual history more dramatic, or simply more interesting and consumable by the masses. And in the documentary world, many directors are also deploying many of the techniques used to write a good screenplay, story or even mystery with a beginning, middle and end, intrigue, suspense, conflict, romance, triumphs and major or minor hurdles ...

    In an Art Drenched City--Florence

    A travel blog entry by greenhalgh on May 17, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... quick look at a couple of paintings. Then we went to the Brunelleschi's Dome and climbed up 463 steps for a fantastic view of Florence. We had dinner at Rossopomodoro, which was delicious. I had the margherita pizza. It was a bit different because it was a little juicy. But, I still loved it. After that, we went Bellamia's and had even more gelato! I had lemon and strawberry. Yum! I had a great first day in Florence. ~Ethan


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    24 hours in Florence

    A travel blog entry by sojourningsky on Jul 12, 2012

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... They were just like the tomato, basil and mozzarella sandwiches that are very Italian but they had tofu instead of cheese. Again another delicious thing. The next stop was to the Uffizi gallery but my reservation wasn't for a couple more hours. Daniel and I strolled around the different areas of Florence and chatted about life, Italy and our respective homes. We went to the museum an hour early and were turned away, so we both sat down for fifty minutes and just talked and rested ...