Hotel Caesar

Address: Viale Bernardini 325, Lido Di Camaiore, Tuscany, 55043, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Viale Bernardini 325, Lido Di Camaiore, is near Church of San Francesco and Tuscan Tennis.
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Travel Blogs from Lido Di Camaiore

The last town on the last day

A travel blog entry by ellabright on Aug 03, 2014

... were drenched in sweat only to find out our train was running a few minutes late. Once on the train, for the first time all trip a woman came by to collect our tickets. The woman was singing and told Josef that he needed to buy a ticket next time, singing the words to him the whole way through. We got off the train and went and got our stuff, and then I bought pizza and one last round of pesto and foccacia bread. We went back to the train station and headed ...

Cinque terre

A travel blog entry by kikikiara on Jul 16, 2014

... first lot of stairs we were stuck behind fat americans who were struggling to stay steady on their feet and breathe. I thought they were going to fall back onto us. Our 2hr trek to Vernazza was Looking to be a 4 hr one. Finally, all the fatties had a rest and we were able to overtake. We ended up smashing the walk in about 1.5 hrs and were super sweaty, shakey and exhausted ...

Lucca and Pisa then on to Tuscany

A travel blog entry by alexsandral on May 15, 2014

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... Lucca is a lovely walled village and Roman town from 180BC. After 500 years of independence, in 1805 Napoleon put his sister Elsa in as Governor. There is a nice Romanesque cathedral from the 11th century, another big church and an old amphitheatre that has now been turned into housing and shops and looks very charming as a circular piazza. Another claim to fame for Lucca is that Puccini was born here. Nice little shops, a labyrinth of ...

Cinque Terre walk

A travel blog entry by ladymanners on Aug 26, 2013

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Today we are walking the Cinque Terre route. Early breakfast and early train to Manarola jump off the train and a quick look around before jumping in a bus to Volastra. We started our walk from Volastra as one of the tracks is still closed from the floods in 2011. The weather is great no rain so we can walk the three tracks that are open. The first track was quite easy with a few vertical climbs but thd scenery ...

Steps, steps and more steps - Cinque Terre, Italy

A travel blog entry by mjandcj on May 08, 2013

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... all the other coastal walks were closed due to landslides that had been occurring in the last 6 months. We took the train from Riomaggiore where we were staying to Monterosso al Mare to start the trail. The beach here was the best out of all of the towns but the day was perfect for a hike as it was just a bit too cool for swimming. Once you got over the first half hour to 45 minutes of going up the walk turned out to be quite pleasant, keeping flat for most ...