I Ligustri B&B

Address: Via Calzezane 13, Calci, Tuscany, 56011, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Calzezane 13, Calci, is near Guarnacci Museum (Museo Guarnacci).
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A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Oct 28, 2014

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... couple (Jo & John) from the ship (not the ones from last nights dinner table!) but got such a good deal from one of the cab drivers - Guiseppi that we opted for that and I'm SO glad. He had a mini van which was comfortable PLUS the taxi had free wifi so I'm typing this as we head from Florence back to Livorno where we will spend a couple of hours before heading back to the ship. ...

Train Travel

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 19, 2014

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... Paulo
recommended the Ripa del Sole. Not only did we enjoy a beautiful view, we had
our first really outstanding meal in Italy. (Not counting cruise ship fare).

We were back at 10 only to discover there was a party going on in a
nearby bar and the music was blasting. Luckily nothing could keep us awake but
we were a bit concerned about the rest of our stay.


Drunk Ass Buckets

A travel blog entry by ellabright on Jul 31, 2014

We woke up early this morning because the owners of the hostel had said they were going to move us into a private room with a kitchen. We were excited and although the view was nice at the top, we were willing to sacrifice to not have to go up so many stairs. They moved us to our new room which we ended up sharing with four other people, all of whom were random. We didn't have a view which we were sad about but it was okay because we were all together and it was a ...


A travel blog entry by rdevine on Aug 03, 2013

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... weights on the north side and drilled holes in the tower to stabilise it. Originally the lean was 15 ft to the south now it is 14ft. Passed by the town called Carrara in the Apilian Alps where the Carrara marble was discovered by the Romans 2000 years ago they would bring it down from the quarries in the mountains to the ports where it would be shipped. This is where Michael Angelo would come to choose ...


A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 16, 2013

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back in the little teapot this morning to head to Pisa, about 30 min from here. we pre-bought tickets to climb the almost 300 steps of the leaning campanile (freestanding bell tower of a church). It reopened in 2001 after being closed for 10 years, during which they worked on stabilizing the tower by removing soil from under the higher side. It wasn't originally intended to lean - it began to lean in the soft soil after the third story of eight ...