Albergo Pietrasanta

Address: Via Garibaldi 35, Pietrasanta, Tuscany, 55045, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Garibaldi 35, Pietrasanta, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School, Church of San Francesco, and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Pietrasanta

    A RAINY DAY IN TUSCANY

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... We take our time going out to explore the town; after a half-hour out, we are thoroughly soaked and head back having found nothing open other than a salumeria, a pharmacia and an interior decorating studio.

    Although there are 30 restaurants in town, the manager/concierge has a difficult time finding us a place for lunch. Most of them are closed today; there are a many possible reasons-it is summer, it is winter (end of ...

    Chilling in Cinque

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Aug 23, 2014

    17 photos

    ... either. I am not sure if we have been spoilt by travel or by WA's amazing beaches but something just wasn't clicking. Knowing that a little dutch courage helps any situation we found a quiet spot and grabbed a bottle each or birra. Sitting amongst the old town listening to the church bells and enjoying some local olives things started to change but we were still left grasping. Maybe some Italian food would change our mind?
    Monterosso's most famous restaurant ...

    Three out of Five ain't bad

    A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... rather than sidling up to the dock, they go in bow first. The crew tie the boat up on each side and a gang way is placed on a purpose-built anchor point on the bow and the other end of the gang way is on wheels that allow it to move slightly back and forth with the movement of the ocean. After the passengers have both disembarked and embarked, the boat simply reverses out and heads off for the next town.

    After we experienced what ...

    Cinque Terre, Italy

    A travel blog entry by justin_parker on Sep 18, 2013

    7 photos

    ... walked around the town and it seemed very similar to Vernazza with its narrow streets and alleys however had some larger places and plazas that were elevated above the street level giving it some great views out to sea. We found some stairs under a tree further back in the town and broke bread, eating some of the delicious pesto we purchased the day before. We then decided that we would continue south to the 1st village, Riomaggiorie .

    We arrived via train then ...

    The route to Andreas...

    A travel blog entry by theplenges on Jul 04, 2013

    3 photos

    So from Cinqueterra we headed along the Riviera, making our way round to Tuscany and Andreas!!! We headed along a 'strip' of miles and miles of identikit beach resorts that all are identical and quite tacky in the set up of 20metre portioned up pretty average beaches with rows and rows of beach umbrellas and chairs all privately owned and upards of 30euros for a days ...