Il Bottaccio

Address: 1, Via Bottaccio, Montignoso, Province of Massa Carrara, Tuscany, 54038, Italy | Castle
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This castle, located on 1, Via Bottaccio, Montignoso, is near Church of San Francesco, Marble Caves of Carrara, and Nicola.
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      Travel Blogs from Montignoso

      Back Track...

      A travel blog entry by mraztravel on Sep 23, 2014


      ... climbed several hundred feet with 18 hair-pin turns. I counted every one! This road made the old Lewiston grade look like a Walmart parking lot. The majority of the route was single lane only. If Roasella missed one turn, I'm sure we would have died of starvation before we hit the bottom of the cliff! Gulp. Needless to say, we were quite relieved to arrive intact. The views of Lake Como from this high, windy road were breathtaking! Another couple (from another ...

      Exploring Monterosso

      A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... expensive. We met up at the coffee shop later and then went exploring the other side of Monterosso. To get there you have to go through an 80 metre tunnel. It was filled with music as at the other end was a busker playing some beautiful keyboard music. It was a lovely walk seeing new sights. We then had lunch at a small cafe. Phillip had pesto pizza which he really enjoyed. The pizzas are quite different here with the majority having a very thin base which ...

      Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Sep 18, 2013

      10 photos

      ... villages, forest, churches in scenic hill tops before arriving in San Margharetha. A beautiful town with the least amount of tourists. That night we had deserved our massive pizza and calzone! We are always meeting people who are either too young or beyond our age bracket. We met a lovely couple from Glasgow and it turned out she not only grew up in Zambia, but she had been to Tanzania in 1972! Must have been a different place. Next stop the French ...

      Hiking the Cinque Terre Trail

      A travel blog entry by veepacini on Jun 05, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... in this post. At one time, this trail was the only land link between the towns. The trail is old stone walkways and steps in many places, others it is just dirt. It is a moderately challenging hike elevation wise but in places it is a bit treacherous where it is very narrow or where parts of the trail have been washed out. The stones can also be slippery when wet. Of course there are so many people who do this hike and you see everyone ...

      Food Day

      A travel blog entry by spitalian on Sep 21, 2012

      1 photo

      ... full of stairs. But rugged's probably the best word to describe it. It was paved with stones and pieces of wood, crept along the sides of mountains, ascended and descended a great deal of distance, and was very dusty. It was also very busy. We crept along amidst hordes of Brits, Germans and other Americans over the terrain, pausing every so often to enjoy breath-taking views. After what was probably an hour and a half, we arrived ...