Hotel Portavaldera

Address: Via Giorgio De Chirico, 6, Peccioli, Tuscany, 56037, Italy | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Peccioli

      First cooking class

      A travel blog entry by thring06 on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... past colourful Castellas lined with olive trees. We tried not to think about our epic return journey that required us to hike all the way back up the steep incline.

      We purchased some bread and fabulous red tomatoes for our lunch .We then sat down amongst the locals and had a cold drink outside on the sidewalk. A lady at the next table greeted us in English and with an English accent .

      Once again in true Deb style ...

      Collasium

      A travel blog entry by cheersyd on Jul 24, 2014

      8 photos

      ... well as their stories. It's hard to explain all the thought and meaning that was put in to each monument. As Elena said: these are more then just rocks and we need to appreciate them! We all really enjoyed her company and wisdom, as we wouldn't have been able to understand anything without her. After a long 4 hours of walking and sightseeing we grabbed a coffee with Elena and headed back on the highway towards Tuscany. On the way, ...

      Cinque Terra for the day

      A travel blog entry by calmtours on Sep 26, 2013

      ... down coastal route with great views of the sea and the buildings on the cliff side. It took us a little over an hour in the heat of the day to get to Vennazzi where we stopped for a swim and a nice pizza on the sea front. We decided to go by train to the next village Coniglio to save time. More sight seeing around a small precarious village built on a cliff side. Amazing how how these villages have been cut into these hillsides and how they have stayed ...

      Mountains, coastline panoramas, villages and swims

      A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 04, 2013

      41 photos

      ... aren't beaches... it's funny when you think of it like that. They have grown up with it like this.. but they might get to Newcastle and think - WHAT IS THIS **** STICKING TO MY FEET?!?
      But anyway.We FINALLY got to our stuff - dried off and headed for the departure point for the ferry. We sat with our legs dangling over the water until the boat came.When it did, there were quite a few people waiting to get on. To get on, you walk across a very shaky bridge that they rest on ...

      The day at the beach!

      A travel blog entry by kristinmccreery on Jun 21, 2013

      17 photos

      Sorry I've been off my blogging game recently we've been non stop busy and traveling the past few days.

      Today we wen't to Cinque Terre, which is made up for 5 difference beach towns. We went to the town of Monterosso. We met like normal to the at the train station at 7:45 to load our bus. It took a few hours to get there, but it was mostly full of sleep. Once we got close to town we took the most terrifying bus ...