Campingvillage Le Capanne
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... To say it was only just after 8 it appeared that every tourist to Rome had decided to go their to, it was unbelievable. We turned round and headed back to the train station and campsite to pack up and move on. We was on the road heading inland and North towards 'Perugia' as to the left was a big lake and campsite that looked worthy of checking out. The site when we arrived was big but didn't have a big enough appeal for us to want to stay. I think our visit to the Verdon Gorges and ...
... by this train or by walking.
Its actually very difficult to describe the beauty of these coastal villages, I hope the attached photographs give an idea about the natural beauty of this place. After playing in the beach at Monterossa we came back to Vernazza for the best sunset view.. quite a feast for the eyes.
Our hearts content, we make our way back to Florence. ...
This was a flying visit on our way to Florence. What a beautiful little place. We weren't sure what to expect, except that the Tower would be on a Lean! We got off the train at a little nobody station right next to the Leaning Tower. There was no place to store our bags and once again it was roasting hot. It was a mission but well worth it. You walk through the arch and there it is along with a massive church. It was ...
From the beginning of our trip planning we always had kept 4 nights without reservation, figuring that it would allow some_flexibility as our trip progressed. Now the unreserved nights were upon us and we had to make a decision. We decided to see_Pisa today, spend the night in nearby_Lucca, visit that town tomorrow, spend a couple of nights in Cinque Terra, and figure out what to do with the fourth night later.
We packed up and took the train to_Pisa. Storing ...
... the center of the city. There’s a nice biking and walking path with trees on top of it (made into a nice place by Napoleon’s widow with her feminine touch), and we were hoping to bike around it, but by the time we got to the bike shop, it had already closed and the sun was setting. But to get to the bike shop, we had walked across a good portion of the city, and decided it was definitely an adorable city. Narrow streets opening ...