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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      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 ...

      Cinque terre Day 1

      A travel blog entry by cassielydon on May 21, 2014

      ... you could imagine a little Italian village looking like. There was a little pizza place for an xxl pizza for 10 euro so of course we spontaneously got it to split and it was magical! When we got back Jordan had lost her credit card. I mean it's one thing to loose a credit card in the states but wth are you supposed to do when your moving from place to place every 3 days or so?! We spent a while going through our entire apartment and retracing her steps. Finally ...

      Sabrina at the wheel as we head to Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Sep 06, 2013

      1 photo

      Nothing much to tell about this day. I drove the 375kms to Cinque Terre. My driving was amazing. I took us on a side trip to Lucca, including a fully narrated drive through the centre of the old city, an area closed to outside traffic. The problem for me was that once I drove in, there was no getting out till you had driven through the entire city. We got a great look around but unfortunately Paul ...

      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 ...

      Word for the day

      A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 31, 2013

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      ... tracks is closed.

      This morning we caught the train to the village at the far end: Riomaggiore. It's a little fishing village like the others but we felt this one had less charm and needed a good spruce up with a good coat of paint. We didn't stay there long.

      We then joined the masses (loads and loads of tourists) to catch the train to the next village which was close by: Manarola. This village was a little prettier and we ...