Piccolo Hotel Versilia
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Travel Blogs from Marina Di Campo
... restaurant, while waiting for the soccer repeats to finish and the game to begin. Not tonight Josephine. Waiting for the rain to ease, please Josephine. Better luck with the rain than the soccer, so carefully trotted back to the hotel ducking under shop awnings.
Left the door to the balcony open overnight. So relaxing listening to the waves swish gently against the shore.
... Italian man came to assist. Well............I leaned to the left and lost my footing, and in so doing , did my best Ethel Merman impression as I dove off to the left into the murky waters of the marina. Fully clothed!!!!
I managed to miss the rocks and end up between the next boat and the jetty. Very lucky indeedy.
Not my most glamorous of looks but as the lovely Italian men came to /my rescue they tried to haul me out on to the jetty but I feared that I ...
... br> So we have taken a road trip to Marciana, Chiesi , Pomonte and Marina di Campo and then back to Marciana Marina.
If you thought the Great Ocean Road is windy then it has nothing on the roads we have just taken. poor Mandy who was sitting on the passenger side , which is closest to the sheer cliff face to the ocean was constantly pushing on the imaginary brakes that she has. Hilarious.
... estate run by Lord & Lady Bamford. It is a stunning place that produces such fine food (not unlike our beautiful little village) and have a cooking school and health retreat. As you can see by the photos it is a pretty stunning place. After this we went to a fabulous pub for lunch and were surrounded by bantam roosters strutting their stuff and having the odd todo at our feet. Luckily we had a Golli fix as there was a beautiful chocolate lab at the next table. I ...
... seemed very impressed (failed to say I picked them up at a market in Thailand!) he then took his watch off his wrist to show me his Rolex! Funny. I said we were going to his home country high up in the alps, after a lot of thought he wanted to get across that for first time visitors the Jungfrau (pronounced young fraw) was too high too quick and a lot do not enjoy at such a great height. Wanted us to go and stay at Zermatt and view ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking