GrandHotel Riviera

Address: Vle Pistelli 59, Lido Di Camaiore, Tuscany, 55043, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Vle Pistelli 59, Lido Di Camaiore, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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      Travel Blogs from Lido Di Camaiore

      Florence Day 3

      A travel blog entry by julmci on Oct 12, 2014

      ... the photos you see make it look much better than it truly is. It's only 56 metres high and positioned 60 metres from a cathedral that's actually taller. We had a bit of a kick around before going to get tickets to the Tower and the cathedral. We soon realised that if we were to climb the tower it would be too late to catch our train. Though we knew that it was important so we decided we would need to purchase new tickets instead of ...

      Day Fifteen: Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Sep 07, 2014

      5 photos

      We had a beautiful breakfast at the hotel! I guess that made up for our wake up call being 645 in the morning. Some of the girls were joking that you know it's early when we can wake up and talk to our friends back in the US and they haven't gone to bed yet! Part of breakfast they had small individual servings of Nutella, I may have taken 5 to bring ...

      Cinque's Coastal Cliffs

      A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 15, 2014

      11 photos

      ... distance from the villages.
      Riomaggiore is the most easternmost village and the largest and acts as the Cinque Terre HQ.
      Original core 7th century, founded by Greek refugees and then taken over in 1276 by Genoa.
      It has a population of 2500, the houses are along the narrow Rio Maggiore Valley, parallel to the stream which is now covered by steps and alleyways. We were given a brief talk on the history of the town and then allowed some free time to roam the ...

      Cinque Terre .... 5 Villages

      A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5 on Aug 03, 2013

      36 photos

      ... with the carriage "Fat ticket controller" who asks to see our tickets. He smiles at us and says in English "There are seats available for you in First Class, just move to the next carriage" With that we were both happy to stand,take our bags and move on! We almost had cheers from the bystanders, and we got high 5's from the two in our original allocated seats!
      We laughed all the way to Milan in our reclining seats with foot rests and giant windows!! ...

      Manarola Visions in Tints of Green and Blue.

      A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 09, 2013

      9 photos

      ... and many hike in from the little towns up or down the coast. The morning is quiet, as the sun rises to the serenade of the church bells the population rises, at times becoming loud and boisterous, ( that would be either because of a school trip with too many teens in one place, or a group from a Norwegian Cruise ), dwindling again in late afternoon. Manarola becomes a peaceful little commune about the time the sun sinks into the sea.

      We walked up ...