Travel Blogs from Cecina
... Some of the views were awesome but there was very few stopping areas and when you did see one it was whilst you drove past. Eventually we got back onto some good straight roads again where we looked for a place to park with hope of finding somewhere with Internet on the way so I could skye Pete and Kea. We gave up by 9.30 and pulled into a shopping centre car park in 'Cesna'. I was so tired it wasn't long before we crashed out. This morning we didn't wake up until 8.45, we both ...
Our day started early, but not early enough.... Misread the schedule and kept our guide Matteo waiting for us outside the ship! He was great about it and we all got on our way towards Pisa. The Leaning tower of Pisa is one of the 7 wonders of the world and sets in the Piazza de Miracle....Named The Miracle Square for its Beauty as it is one of the few Squares with grass....within its walls it houses a Cathedral, Baptistery and of course the famous tower. Matteo explained to us that the ...
... popped out from above, telling us that a chunk of ceiling had fallen, and it had been temporarily condemned until repairs were made. Continuing on, we followed the quieter alleys instead of the crowds, and discovered we were walking in circles, and that the mile or so had become about 4 or 5 miles.
The problem was that when we finally arrived at the Field of Miracles, we were pretty tired, and had to rest. (We had realized too late that we should have gone ...
... to Positano on the Amalfi Coast. It was a pain to get to, but upon strong recommendation, we decided to go anyway. And it was worth it. The views, the water, the beach, the people. We stayed at a hostel with the coolest people ever. Cosimo and Ash made the hostel what it was, that’s for sure. We were totally bummed that we missed out on the “I am now officially an illegal immigrant” celebration, but made plenty of our own memories with the crew regardless. ...
... surrounded by huge amounts of nurseries - I have never seen so many small plants, mainly young trees, covered many hectares for quite a few kilometres alongside the freeway.
We didn’t stay long in this town, we were having navigational challenges, and weren’t very happy with how things were going. [I don’t think I will say anymore about that!] Then it was off to Collodi, the town where ...
Other places to stay in Cecina
Via della Astronomia,1, Cecina | 4 star hotelfrom $119
Viale Galliano, 36, Cecina | 3 star hotelfrom $73
via della cecinella, 7, Cecina | 4 star hotelfrom $78
Viale della Vittoria, 159, Cecina | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Viale della Vittoria 91, Cecina | Hotelfrom $89
Via Tronto 10-14 , Cecina | 3 star hotelfrom $135
Via Arezzo 6, Cecina | 3 star hotelfrom $77
Via Aurelia 300, Cecina | Hotelfrom $84
Largo Primo Maggio,3, Cecina | Hotelfrom $72