Byron Hotel

Viale Morin, 46, Forte Dei Marmi, Tuscany, 55042, Italy | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Viale Morin, 46, Forte Dei Marmi, is near Church of San Francesco and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Forte Dei Marmi

    What a hike!

    A travel blog entry by dbats on Jun 09, 2014

    75 photos

    We set off for Riomaggiore. It happens that path we can see from our balcony leads to Corniglia not Riomaggiore.

    Due to Via Della Amore being closed, we had to walk inland. Had difficulty locating the correct path. Fortunately we came across a local in the car park who couldn’t speak a word of English but thankfully with my limited Italian he was able to provide us with clear directions of how to get there. Up the ...


    A travel blog entry by naddlepaddle on Sep 18, 2013

    23 photos

    ... to our hostel. I counted every painful one. I am going to have legs of steel by the time this trip is over. But complaining aside, Riomaggiore is gorgeous! The houses are all the colours of the rainbow, and strung with bunting and washing flapping in the breeze. People seem to be open, friendly, and know how to live life at a slow pace. This evening as I was half running half dragging myself up the stairs an old man sauntering down gave me a smile and said "stop! stop!" ...

    Rain, Rain go away

    A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jun 09, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... benefactor.

    Debra told us that this bridge, over the Lima River, was the only one spared by the retreating Germans in the Second World War as it was considered too narrow to assist the advancing US Army. However it was just wide enough to allow Jeeps to cross and whilst the advance was slowed, it wasn't halted.

    A Hike Up the Hillside/An Ambulance is Called!!

    A travel blog entry by sknodle on Jun 01, 2013

    54 photos

    ... and cemeteries where some of her ancestors are buried. Her family has lived in this area for over 400 years and has a rich history here.

    So, I pack my camera and stop at the bakery and buy a little quiche and some bottles of water to have along the trail. She said the hike is about 1 1/2 hours each way. For me that will probably be 2 hours as I'm slow and I stop for a lot of photos!

    My small backpack probably weighs ...

    Cinque Terre Living

    A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 18, 2012

    21 photos

    We sleep until just before 7:30 after our late night out. Carol is not feeling too great and wants to rest. I think about writing some but do not want to wake her and figure I am in the Cinque Terre, why write when I can go explore? So I get dressed and go out for an early morning tour. I follow the high road from our apartment and find the path that leads to Monterosso. It climbs a bit and I have a great view of the Vernazza harbor in the early morning light. A man ...