Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... we decided to climb up the bell tower of the palazzo vecchio which gave us the most extravagant view of Florence and the Duomo. We climbed up 400 and something narrow marble steps to reveal Florence at its finest and beautiful rolling Tuscan hills. Our first night in Florence we went out to a tiny little Restaurant for dinner run by a 70 something year old Italian man named Siro. He needed 24hrs notice to prepare our meal and what he prepared was extraordinary. A ...
... it up but building the rest the other way but as you can see in photos, it didn't really work out. There are so many other buildings around which are all really badly made, all crooked and dodgy. Haha it is funny how the reason people come and see it is because of how bad it is. After we got our cool photos of us trying to push it over and stuff we got back on the bus and headed to Florence. We arrived in the afternoon and our room is really nice, for once. ...
... expensive but it was probably 2 Euro for the coffee and 3 for the view - well worth every Euro cent. That done, it was off to the shops! Florence is renowned for its leather factories and gold jewellery - two of Kerrie's favourite things. After purchasing a couple of leather handbags (Stacey - you get first choice) and a leather gift for Brett it was down to the Ponte Vecchio for a look at the gold. ...
... I really liked the simplicity of the rooms; a bed, one desk maybe and a washing station. Although, I would not have liked to not have a shower - not the kind of life for me for an extended period of time!
That next week my parents showed up to Granada! The stayed in a hotel within a 10 minute walk of my apartment, and a little out of the city but still close enough to the center that they could walk to anything. We spent the first few days ...
... site seeing, we reached the absolutely beautiful town of Via Reggio. A beach side town steeped in history and beautiful architecture. The place we stayed at was like a small house with little rooms and we could cook in the small kitchen, so that was very nice for a change to the small units we have been in.
We knew we needed to get a good nights sleep, as we were in for a very busy day on Sunday at Cinque Terre.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tiffany Montecatini Terme
Other places to stay in Montecatini Terme
Viale Fedeli, 68, Montecatini Terme | 4 star hotelfrom $39
Viale Felice Cavallotti, Montecatini Terme | 1 star hotelfrom $39
Via Mura Pietro Grocco, 11, Montecatini Terme | 5 star hotelfrom $104
Via Sardegna, 12, Montecatini Terme | Hotelfrom $68