Park Hotel Villa Ariston

Address: Viale Sergio Bernardini 355, Lido Di Camaiore, Tuscany, 55041, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Viale Sergio Bernardini 355, Lido Di Camaiore, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School, Church of San Francesco, and Tuscan Tennis.
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      Travel Blogs from Lido Di Camaiore

      Tour de Lucca

      A travel blog entry by thring06 on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... of cured meats, cheese and breads served on a board then wandered home for a rest and lay on the bed to read and woke up to the most violent thunder, lightning and rain.

      We had our washing hanging out the window so that was all wet again. Great light show and it certainly cleared the restaurants down below us!
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      Dinner at da Leo's and a sneaky gelato in a cone on the walk home. Ciao Deb ...

      The Torre del Lago Louts

      A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Aug 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... exhibition of ‘bubble football’, essentially a game of 5 a side, but the players wear a large, clear plastic bubble around their torso and bump in to and off the opponents, magicians, and at one point, a set of what can best be called street performers. You know the sort of thing, clowns, jugglers and a couple of stilt walkers, one of which engaged The WAG in some friendly banter and joshing. The Piazza Anfiteatro, that’s the oval piazza that used to be ...

      Cinque's Coastal Cliffs

      A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 15, 2014

      11 photos

      ... the signs of Death and the wooden statue of S. Antonio Abate from the monastery of Punta Mesco. The followers of this church are against the wealth of the Catholic church and say that they represent the true meaning of what Jesus represented - caring for the poor people in society. It is a very small closed group.
      We were then given free time to catch the boat back once we had finished or to catch a train back to Levanto. We wandered around the shops for a ...

      Walking the Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Jul 21, 2013

      5 photos

      ... by train, we checked into our accommodation. After a quick drink and a bite to eat we started our walk from Vernazza to Monterosso. It was hot! Within 20 minutes we were sweating up a storm. The walk was about two hours, it wasn't a difficult walk but boy was it hot. As we were just approaching Monterosso, we came across a guy on the side of the road selling homemade Limoncello, among other drinks. He told us 'it was best limoncello in the ...

      Cinque Terre: 140 attempts to capture the magic

      A travel blog entry by chrissyfaulks on Apr 23, 2013

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      ... managed to chat for the length of the train delays. Good times! We had to change trains three times before arriving at Riomaggiore. At the first stop we got out of in Italy, I made an amazing discovery! So, in my last blogs, I have mentioned that the Tenni family (my dad's side of the family) came from Italy to Australia as sugar cane farmers. But because it was around my great-grandparents' time (I think - or was it their parents, Dad?), I've never thought of myself ...