Villa Pitiana

Address: Via Provinciale per Tosi 7, Donnini, Tuscany, 50060, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Provinciale per Tosi 7, Donnini, is near The Mall, Gucci Outlet, Costello di Nipozzano Winery, and Gucci.
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    Travel Blogs from Donnini

    Day Eleven: Long Day of Crafts

    A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Sep 03, 2014

    4 photos

    i started the day with Jewelry making! it was soooooo much fun! we started working on our first project, a silver ring with a stone. it was so much faster to make than i thought it would! we completely finished the sterling silver band for the ring in this one class! I had lunch with some of the other girls in my class and we went to this amazing little ...

    S. Gimignano & Florence (9550km)

    A travel blog entry by cflove on Jul 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the city, river and surrounding country side. It was late afternoon by the time we climbed 232 steps of the tower and most of the crowds had gone home so it was all very pleasant.

    When were done we took a bus home via a good big supermarket we had seen on the way into town and bought ourselves a gourmet picnic supper, which we ate in the giant garden of the B&B spread out over 2 tables; it was a pretty upmarket picnic and the other guests looked impressed.


    Italian triptych: Part Two - Florence

    A travel blog entry by quinitch on Oct 25, 2013

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... use their mobile roaming internet connections, it ended up being my favourite place in Florence and I returned several times to enjoy its peace and gentleness.

    Final stop for Langdon was the Battisto di San Giovanni, where Dante and other Florencian luminaries were baptised. It’s an octagonal building, with recognisable Arabic influences and, Brown is right, a rather awesome ceiling which does draw your eyes upwards immediately. The place ...


    A travel blog entry by reenashah on Jun 21, 2013

    34 photos

    ... completely exhausted from museums and paintings, so I roamed around for a bit and spent a lot of time at Michelangelo's David. Of course as always, it was HUGE and all of the details on his body were so intricate and perfect. It truly was breathtaking to look at. Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed. :( We left the Accademia and headed straight to the markets. There were hundreds of street vendors lined up ...

    Tour of Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by joyf on Oct 18, 2012

    ... boats all the way from Morocco, the flood & mud slides wiped out the harbour & buried the town in over 4 meters of mud & debris, causing more than 100 million euro worth of damage. The town has since rebuilt itself successfully. Last month, there was a nasty landslide of 2.3 cubic meters of rock fell across a cliff-top walking path just outside Manarola. 4 Australian women from Melbourne were injured whilst walking along the 1km stretch Via ...