Arianna Hotel

viale Roma angolo via Pasubio, Marina Di Pietrasanta, Tuscany, 55045, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on viale Roma angolo via Pasubio, Marina Di Pietrasanta, is near Church of San Francesco and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Marina Di Pietrasanta

    Tour day 5!

    A travel blog entry by ngbaoyi on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... ticket for the next bus to the mall, which is coming at near 1 hour's time. We wanted to have more time to shop, so we dragged our luggages for quite a distance to ask for the price of taxi fare from the Firenze smn station to the mall. It's freaking 65€ for a one way ticket (before extra baggage charge, dunno what's that even), while the shutter bus is only 10€ for a two way ticket! So we decided to just stick to our original plan and wait 1 hour for ...

    France adventures

    A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Jul 06, 2014

    66 photos

    ... could use. On the toll roads, the stations were nicely designed as rest stops and they always had cashiers to take your money or credit cards. There are plenty of gas stations along the small roads but they're unattended usually at supermarkets and require a certain type of credit card that has a pin number. We obtained a type of chip card used across Europe from our bank before we left but it did not have a pin number. We were able to use the card ...

    4 out of 5 Ain't Bad (Cinque Terre, Part 2)

    A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Apr 11, 2014

    96 photos

    ... translated from Italian Wikipedia): the convent and the church in the Franciscan style, were consecrated in 1623. In 1810, the war with Napoleon threatened the area and the religious complex was confiscated and converted to a garrison of the Ligurian Republic. But in 1816, after the fall of Napoleon, it was returned to the Franciscans. Inside the church there are several paintings and sculptures, including a painting of the Crucifixion attributed ...

    Day 12 – A Hard Day of Walking!!!!

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 07, 2013

    52 photos

    ... half hour swim.

    The harbor was deep. I went to the shallower areas where all of the kids were swimming. I was surprised at how clear it was with all those people in the water.

    I sent out Emails to the police and Italian Rail system, hoping that they may have my phone. It is a long-shot, but we had to try.

    There were no kebab joints in Manarola, so we had to eat Italian. Our B&B – B highly recommended a place called Trattoria dal Billy. Kim wanted ...

    Northern Med

    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Feb 25, 2013

    30 photos

    ... br> This is Cinque Terre, in Northwestern Italy, a UNESCO world heritage site composed of five small towns entrenched into mountain sides, which cascade right down into the turquoise Mediterranean sea. Even in winter it is beautiful. The slopes all run about a 50 degree angle-quite steep, and remarkably, they are all terraced, much like the Incas of the Andes. The slopes were probably forested at one point ...