Ostello La Pania Pruno

Address: Via dei Teatro, 55045 Pietrasanta LU, Viareggio, Tuscany, 55040, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via dei Teatro, 55045 Pietrasanta LU, Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School, Church of San Francesco, and Tuscan Tennis.
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Travel Blogs from Viareggio

Tree climbing and beach

A travel blog entry by norths on Aug 20, 2013

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... bodyboarding and Daddy took some great video footage. The return to the villa was an adventure in itself. A 17 mile journey took us 1hour 50 mins as we were following the Scobbler sat nav! The earners however were home in an hour because they followed there ford sat nav! We had a yummy risotto for tea, a shower and a cooler ...

Unforeseen hiking in Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Apr 03, 2013

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... this before arriving, and were a little disappointed. It turns out that there is an alternative; it involves hiking up into the hills around the areas of where landslides occurred and back down. Essentially, instead of a nice, easy walk we did some hill trekking. We gained around 450-500 metres of elevation over some steep, muddy, and tough terrain. We were both thinking it was quite a ...


A travel blog entry by amy.harrison on May 07, 2012

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... did, and the lady who checked us in couldn't even make €10 change so I had to run to seven stores and a pharmacy for change before we could even check in. After getting settled, we went out to find a grocery store and made dinner. The room we slept in had a window overlooking the street, so we heard lots of people yelling all night and cars honking ( which I have to say is extremely common here in Italy) but we both had ear plugs so we ...

Day 25 - Hotel Katy in Viareggio

A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 29, 2011

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... and umbrellas. Signs at ever gate said "No Arrette" unless you were with the hotel mentioned. We walked up and down but could not find a way to get to the beach that lay before us. At one point Anne asked two ladies where we could get on the beach, but before Anne finished asking in English, the lady said "No" and literally closed the gate in front of us. Anne was persistent and kept asking in English, but the lady responded in Italian. Finally the lady's friend ...


A travel blog entry by reirse on Jul 21, 2011

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... views of the sea and the cities. The hike, if done efficiently, takes about four hours, and it leaves for a very restful sleep the next night, paired with the added taste value of whatever you eat that night. My gelato that night was probably the best thing that I had ever tasted.

Our last stop, before Germany, was Pisa-most notably famous for it’s Leaning Tower-a piece of architecture built on unstable ground. The hostel that we were staying out ...

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