Campastrello Sport Residence Hotel

Address: Via Campastrello 1, Castagneto Carducci, Tuscany, 57022, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Campastrello 1, Castagneto Carducci.
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      Livorno day 2. (Should have been Monte Carlo)

      A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... us wearing our McLaren tee shirts and jackets. Disappointing but safety always comes first with P&O. Just means we will have to book another cruise to get there another time. George took a video of the storm. The theme for tonight was 60s/70s but there are not many people joining in. There are not many of us who are dressed up. What a pity. It was ...

      Kotor - very pretty joint. Would love to come back

      A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 05, 2014

      23 photos

      Isn't this a fantastic place. Deep fjords, huge mountains and a seafaring culture in and around the islands. A campervan visit back here would involve numerous car ferries and boat trips. The arrival this morning just at sunrise, we were met by a really heavy fog in the fjords. It made for an interestingly picturesque trip through to Kotor at the end of the Fjord. The country looks a little like New Zealand's fjordland and the ...

      Wine tasting in Tuscany.

      A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Apr 19, 2013

      4 photos

      This morning we arrived in the Italian City of Livorno, in the provence of Tuscany.

      Livorno is another port city, and Florence is about a 11/2 hour drive away.

      Phoebe is very unhappy about the prospect of going to the Kids Club, as she reckons the staff are mean and the little babies are annoying.

      This could prove to be a real problem for us (particularly because we have already booked some excursions)

      So Phoebe was given ...

      Leaving Italy

      A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Jun 13, 2012

      2 photos

      ... WWII and many buildings were rebuilt at that time and the fort that once defended the port has huge cracks in its ramparts after the ammunition stored inside exploded during one of the air raids.

      Another interesting sight was the Mercato Coperto which is a 19th Century cover market. Although the building is ok what's of more interest are the stalls ...


      A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Jun 26, 2011

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... cruise ship buses had arrived. Most of them then went off to Florence or Cinque Terre but we decided to do smaller places which was a wise decision! Apart from “semen” between the bricks (instead of cement), everything was easy to understand!

      Our next stop in Tuscany was Lucca a 16th and 17th century old city hidden behind Renaissance walls (and one of the few that survived being destroyed in the war ...