Poggio Cornetto

Via Di Sasso , Bibbona, Tuscany, 57020, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Di Sasso , Bibbona, is near Orciatico.
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Travel Blogs from Bibbona

Just time for a quick 'Lucca' around.

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Aug 08, 2014

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... nights. The camaraderie was such that we enjoyed a few longer than advisable rest breaks in the early part of what was already going to be a long day.

We were delayed further by a citizen of the town of Camaiore, who was keen to impress upon the 8 of us - 4 Italians, 2 French, 1 Belgian and my good self (plus a German 'groupie' and his German Shepherd dog) the fact that his town was one of the actual staging posts on Archbishop Sigeric's 10th Century ...


A travel blog entry by pbradham on Jun 28, 2014

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Today we woke up around 730 to eat breakfast. Our host prepared a great feast of food for us before our big day. We trained to Florence and arrived around 1030. We went directly to the accademia to see David. This went very smoothly with the reservations we made. David was amazing. The rest of the museum was decent but nothing compared to the Vatican. We followed this by doing Rick Steve's Florence walk ...

Struck Gold!

A travel blog entry by philpeter on Oct 03, 2013

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... had it all to ourselves or so we thought. Decided to take a scenic boat cruise exploring all five villages as our legs needed a rest after nearly three weeks of walking. Retired to our balcony to take in the view sipping Prosecco, eating olives and cheese when we joined by another couple staying as well. Sue and Al were from Port Macquarie and added to ...

Day Five - Towering Over Pisa

A travel blog entry by needlemind on Jun 10, 2013

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... to Lucca, a small, quaint, Italian city surrounded by a still standing Roman wall. Knowing nothing about the place, other than it once had an amphitheatre which has since been converted into a circle of shops and restaurants, we were pleasantly surprised by what we discovered.

The surprise also included the sunshine. Yes, between the downpour at Pisa and arriving at Lucca (a journey of about 25 minutes) the weather changed completely.


Are Australians the global bogans???

A travel blog entry by john_tillett on Oct 09, 2012

... lie in the sun. Alas, our peace was short lived when a monster wave came and crashed onto the shore, drenching us with water. As an amused (and actually very nice) American from our tour noted some time later, I wasn’t very happy. I think on this occasion, everyone in town would have heard the Cuss.

I had salt in my undies for the rest of the day. Perhaps it was a small piece of justice for being mean to the woman in the ...

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