Idea Hotel Pisa Migliarino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Migliarino
... of muesli with homemade yoghurt and bread with home made jams . Lelia joined us at the table and we sat about drinking copious cups of tea as we chatted about Tuscan life .
After breakfast we set out with cameras , runners and backpack to explore the next village - Guigliano . We had not gone far - 50 metres and we came across our first find - an apple tree laden with fruit ready to be eaten . Like naughty children we picked 1 each and stored ...
We haven't done heaps over the last couple of days, so I thought I'd just do one blog entry to keep everyone up-to-date. The Cinque Terre - or 'Five Lands' - is a region of the Ligurian Coast in Northern Italy. It consists of five small fishing villages (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore) that stretch between the two larger cities of Levanto to the west and La Spezia to the east. The villages of the Cinque Terre hug the rugged terrain of the ...
... put this in perspective, we had a deck added to the front of our house in New Zealand. It is 3m off the ground and the council engineers made us put in 2 metre deep foundations - this tower is 58m high with seven storeys and a bell tower on just 3 metre deep foundations!
So what happened next? Well, they hesitated.......for a century....they were too engaged in battles! The ground settled over this time, so in 1272, they added ...
... earth toned colours create a beautiful backdrop when looking at the port.
Portovenere is quite a large town and it too has multi levelled buildings in port that vary in earth toned colours. We headed straight for San Pietro Church which provided stunning views of grottos and the Ligurian coast.
En route many locals were sunbaking and enjoying the natural beaches and waterways in ...
... We had booked a hostel with interesting reviews on Hostelworld called Zebra Hostel. It was the only place that we could find that we could afford, and the reviews said things along the lines of that it was dirty, loud, you had to clean the toilets yourself and their were no doors on the rooms. So we arrived in Milan a little nervous, yet very interested to see the infamous Zebra Hostel. We were pleasantly surprised when we walked in, the common area was massive and it ...