Burlamacco Gold

Address: Via Alessandro Raffaelli, 6, Viareggio, Tuscany, 55049, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Via Alessandro Raffaelli, 6, Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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      Travel Blogs from Viareggio

      Il Viaggio a Viareggio

      A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Sep 14, 2013

      13 photos

      ... room. The beach was about half full and the weather was PERFECT. It was just over eighty degrees and sunny, which was fortunate as it had been raining on and off all week, (and it's currently pouring outside as I write this.) From where we were we could see the water glittering in front of us, sand all around, and the pretty little red-roofed town behind us. In that same direction, we could see mountains with clouds around them. I've never before been on a ...

      Hiking, and Hiking, and Then Hiking Some More...

      A travel blog entry by greenhalgh on May 21, 2013

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... good friend Rick. So we got some delicious gelato (Mom and I, feeling lost, decided to copy Camden’s flavors so we would be pleased. The three of us got chocolate hazelnut and cream, Ethan got lemon and stracciatella, and Dad got cream of Vernazza and pistachio), took the train back to Manarola, and returned to the hostel. We had a wonderful dinner there. Dad ordered a magnificent and scrumptious gnocchi with pesto, Cam got some ...

      Cinque Terre 1-Some Paths Are Not Meant To Follow

      A travel blog entry by juliecklein on May 09, 2012

      12 photos

      There are five towns that make up the Cinque Terra. We stayed in Riomaggiore the southern most of the five. They are connected by boat, train, and paths, each of which is about 1/2 to 2 miles in length. In the right circumstance (and if you are in shape) you can follow the paths from the one we stayed in to the farthest one (Monterosso al Mare) in about 5 hours. Don's original plan was to take a boat ride from Riomaggiore (our town at one end) to Monterosso (at the other ...

      A Lobster's Tale

      A travel blog entry by silverlobster on Sep 03, 2011

      At about half six my camera dies and I move away from what is now a quiet tower for some food. I've spotted a cafe offering pasta, bruschetta, beer and ice-cream for 12€; bargain. I'm not really hungry, but fancy a beer and a smackeral of something, so I run the gauntlet of the african Rolex vendors, who line the street, and take the restaurant up on their offer. Top notch dining tonight then. I've ordered my choice of pasta, and taken a bite out of my ...

      Delightful Lucca!

      A travel blog entry by theb-cfamily on Aug 14, 2011

      24 photos

      ... wall (the wall is huge - sometimes about the width of three roads) and throughout the town enjoying the beautiful architecture and open spaces.




      Outside of the walls ...