Hotel Tirreno

Via Manzoni 1, Marina Di Massa, Tuscany, 54100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Manzoni 1, Marina Di Massa, is near Church of San Francesco, Marble Caves of Carrara, and Nicola.
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    Travel Blogs from Marina Di Massa

    Man's adaption of nature

    A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 13, 2013

    60 photos

    ... the vineyards that are terraced into the side of the hill. Although it was quite a task it was so worth it for both the coastal views but also to experience a little of rural Italy.

    The climb back into Vernazza was stunning as you wind down through the terraced houses and narrow ally ways to the small,protected harbour. The coloured houses are perched on the side of the hill. I had a walk around and got my first Italian gelato from a ...

    51st Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jul 12, 2013

    ... last human activity for the night, another set of headlights would cruise in and park next to that boat.

    Like clockwork, the guard turned off the light in his ****** little cabin right on midnight, closed the gates and buggered off. There was still a couple of cars there whose owners I was sure would return so I waited a bit before making a run for the boat. During that time I had heard a car start up inside the fences of the compound but then the engine note had gone and ...

    Cinque Terre: Lemon, Basil, & Twisted Ankles

    A travel blog entry by miles_to_go on Oct 29, 2012

    64 photos

    ... had told us that this little voyage could only be undertaken on days when the sea wasn't too raucous. There was no pier. No permanent gangway. What they did have was an outcropping of sharp rocks (in abundance), crashing waves (again, plentiful), and a metal version of a pirate's gangplank that the boat threw to a waiting party on the shore and, I can only assume, secured in some fashion. OK, so it had handrails. Still. Tiny. If this had been in ...

    Exploding Espresso!

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on May 10, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... of local meats and sausages, wild boar ragu on pasta, and a wonderful beef steak grilled with fresh dill, thyme, mint and scallions. We had prosecco, white and red wine, and grappa or lemoncello, so that the party going home in the van was quite cheerful!

    The next morning we took our leave and drove "down and down" as David had instructed, about one hour only to the beautiful old city of Lucca, Italy. As a cityof the middle ages, Lucca ...

    Gabe Meets David

    A travel blog entry by cmpatti on Jul 01, 2011

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... the 500-plus stone stairs, up and down, were a challenge. A well-deserved reward – a Ligurian seafood lunch, cold beer and soda – awaited us at a cliff-top restaurant overlooking the beach in Monterossa. After lunch, we waded in the Mediterranean and opted for the five (yes, five) minute train ride back to Vernazza.

    Today we made a day trip into Florence, this time by train rather than car. Vince was particularly keen to see ...