Villa del Pino

Address: Localita Pino 1, Poggibonsi, Tuscany, 53036, Italy | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Poggibonsi

Firenze!

A travel blog entry by kengkeng on Oct 10, 2013

9 photos

... of the cathedral. Sadly, our day was dictated by the train schedule and the last train left Florence at 6pm.

Now that I've gotten a taste of Firenze, I am certain I want to go back. There were just too many things that I wanted to do and had no time for including get myself to the top of the dome at the Duomo. *sigh*

Despite the lack of time, we enjoyed the city and the art VERY much...I'll be back!
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Florence Monday 7th October 2013

A travel blog entry by margmaj on Oct 07, 2013

6 comments, 17 photos

... on window shopping, sometimes stopping to buy. We both bought a small gold charm for our bracelets. We went to a little restaurant in the piazza for lunch where we had authentic Italian pizza and red wine. We kept wandering and finished our day with a gelato. Another wonderful day in this beautiful and vibrant city. Wednesday 9th October 2013 Wow! What a day! Played tourists today and shopped for gold and leather. We were so happy to have found a restaurant we ...

Into Tuscany

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Sep 02, 2013

12 photos

... countries but with this trip in common, and talk. Tonight I sat with a young couple (the youngest people on the tour by a lot!) from Ireland who are now living and working in London, two long-time friends, one from South Africa and the other from the UK, and a married couple from Australia! I miss a lot of what is being said, unfortunately, because of the horrible acoustics in the room, but also because of the unfamiliar ...

Settling into Tuscany and discovering Sienna

A travel blog entry by crownie on May 10, 2013

33 photos

... Poggibonsi, but we had to park at the bottom of the hill, as the city was a walled city, and then take escalators up into the city. there were heaps of escalators, and just kept climbing up and up. people actually live up in the city, and only the residents are allowed to drive up on the cobbled roads. if the tourists drive in they are booked and fined heavily.

We walked around the winding alleys and looked at the small ...

Florence > The David & Duomo

A travel blog entry by ginaschauffer on Apr 19, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... bread and a few small beers (hair of the dog). Given that some of us are, erm, starting to enjoy the effects of all these carbs & Chianti on our waistlines, we determine that a climb up the Duomo tower is in order. That's a 400-odd step climb, mind. Steve's not that keen on heights, so we leave him below and head for the top. It's not for the feint-hearted (literally - see warning sign below). The space gets smaller and hotter, and the graffiti more intense, as you ...