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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Travel Blogs from Calci

Walled Cities

A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 21, 2015

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... Stewart made the bold menu choice and chose the "Rabbit Ragu" which he said was delicious. Service was painfully slow, however we whiled away the time by playing "UNO" which the kids very much enjoyed.

After that it back to our accommodation to crash. The next day we would be up early for another big travel day. next destination would be Bologna, home to Stewart and Selma's favourite dish ; Spaghetti Bolognese.


Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by roaster on Mar 23, 2015

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... hanging with his friends so that we could check in with each other. It was also great when she would occasionally phone the kids to say hi as we travelled as she did while we were hiking (upwards, of course).

We had supper in the last of the four villages as it drizzled outside once the sun had gone. Great food, especially their Tiramasu!

Next day, we were off to Como on the border of Italy and Switzerland - on the home stretch.

Porto Venere to Monterosso

A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 24, 2014

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... others, so it was great to have time to explore them at our leisure.. The trip back offered some interesting landscapes with small settlements high up on the cliffs, old WWII bunkers at waters edge and some stunning rock formations and colours. All in all a fabulous day. Back at Monterosso and the obligatory drink or two before dinner at now our favourite little restaurant. Tomorrow we will explore Monterosso ...


A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette on Apr 18, 2014

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... of the tower. All over the lawns around the tower, you'll see people contorting themselves into weird positions, almost as if everyone is practicing an odd form of Thai-chi. In fact, everyone is just trying to take ridiculous pictures of themselves pushing or holding up the tower.

After standing around and people-watching for awhile we figured, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! We leaned into the cheesiness and took ...

It really does lean!

A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear on Sep 02, 2013

... I bought a joint ticket for the duomo, baptistry, camposanto and the museo dell opera del duomo for 8euro. Bargain. Didn't really fancy going up the tower!! All of those were brilliant, I went intothe camposanto first at nearly 9am and was the only one there which was amazing because it is a cemetery so it was very peaceful and you could see some beautiful statues without the riffraff getting in the way. The duomo was ...