Campingvillage Le Capanne
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Campingvillage Le Capanne Cecina
Travel Blogs from Cecina
... Vivanda), Veal Meatballs and Truffle Cream Ravioli (Restaurant: ZaZa) & a Wild Boar Pasta. We seem to have got into a good/bad pattern of ordering a carafe or bottle of red with lunches and dinners which have been going down a treat, if only this could continue!! We farewelled Florence and boarded the train to La Spezia where we based ourselves to do the Cinque Terre. We went to Portovenere the afternoon and evening we arrived, a small village on ...
... Vernazza and Monterosso, was extensive. As a result of the floods 4 of the 5 coastal walks were closed and although there are alternate back routes they are much tougher and also take much longer. I did visit every town but was only able to fit in the walk from Riomaggiore (where I stayed) to Manarola, a steep 45 minute stair climb to the top and then down the rocky terrain for another 30 minutes and then a 90 minute undulating climb from Vernazza to Monterosso ...
... the Bell towers builder was anonymous because of the failure. Also the top three sections were added to correct the lean, and so it actually has a curve to it! We even climbed all the stairs to the top to get an amazing view of the city.
... which I found at the very last moment before needing to return to the meeting spot, there were several beautiful squares that I took photos of. All in all, a very enjoyable first half of my day. Enjoy the photos of Pisa!
Don't Miss Lucca--For An As-Yet Unspoiled Treat!
Lucca was a real treat as well, since most people never heard of it and never visit it. In fact, I found it prettier and much more unspoiled than San Gimingnano (sp??) as there ...
... Taxi! Hotel. Bed by 8pm. Zzzzzzzzzzz
Patches McMum: On our way to Pisa we flew over snow covered alps - amazing! We arrived at our beautiful hotel - beautifully appointed and very Italian in its decoration. What impressed me most was the 'key pigeon hole' behind the reception desk - in its previous life, it was a pasta storage unit in a grocery shop!
After a refreshing shower, we taxied to see the Leaning Tower. Alighting from the taxi, ...