Travel Blogs from Cecina
... For almost the first hour, I walked uphill on inclines and steps. I finally reached this town of probably 500 at the top of the first mountains. I continued walking for about another hour over three mountains. Thankfully, this part was pretty level. The final hour was going down the mountain to Corniglia. Although the hike was difficult and definitely a workout, it was completely worth it. The views I saw on this hike were amazing. There were ...
... I could tell you how long we were there for and what we did but I really have no idea. We realized it was getting late and decided we needed to start the hike. Once we got to the trail and started walking up I felt like I was dying. Like literallly dying. We met a nice couple that were from Canada, I think, and walked with them about half the way there. At one point I drunkenly started falling and grabbed onto the mans head to balance myself. That was kinda dumb ...
... than at the highest level. Being on a slope made of marble in the rain was a little bit daunting but the views were amazing. The Pisa stadium where AC Pisa play looked like it'd seen better days though. But the views of the Tuscan hills and rest of the Field of Miracles was well worth it.
A superb dinner of muscles, spaghetti and heaps of meat and wine followed this and figuring out how to get to Venice on the cheap. ...
... matters of the day. We people watched till dark and then took a walk along the streets searching for the perfect place for a bite to eat. We choose a place that looked busy knowing that was generally a sign of good food. Waz ordered the pesto gnocchi and I chose the boiled octopus in a delicious tomato sauce. Content and full we left the restaurant and started our journey up the numerous steps to our home for the next three nights.
After a ...
... bushes hanging over door arches and pinned to the material. It was great to see everyone getting into the spirit of the White Festival. Instead of going for a nap Christine and I went and got ready and met up in the street. I brought my new roomie, Natalie from Canada, with me. We each grabbed a bottle of wine from the CoOp then sat on the cobbled street drinking and watching 2 guys playing their guitar and harmonica. In no time a big group of Busabouters ...
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