Address: Via Arezzo 6 , Cecina, Tuscany, 57023, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Arezzo 6 , Cecina.
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      Finally Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 23, 2014

      21 photos

      ... stamped' tickets, boat tickets, and apologies...he just threw up his hands and chalked us up to stupid Americans. Finished the day with another of Pat's white fish dinners - a perfect ending!

      The Italians have long had a knack for turning rugged, seemingly inhospitable landscapes into beautiful, livable communities. With perhaps the exception of Venice and its lagoon real estate, Cinque Terre could be ...

      The Leaning Tower of Pisa

      A travel blog entry by calthepal on Sep 20, 2013

      7 photos

      ... captured some great pictures. The Leaning Tower was just OK. I think it's def. something to see if you are in the area, but nothing I would go out of my way for. First, it's extremely touristy, and the city is dirty. As I mentioned, we didn't stay very long. We did have lunch there, but it was terrible as well! Next stop on our way to Orvieto is Volterra! ...

      The day at the beach!

      A travel blog entry by kristinmccreery on Jun 21, 2013

      17 photos

      ... br> We got some delicious lunch from the restaurant over looking the beach, there was no cover charge on the side patio, but we figured out why, the train runs right next to it every 30 mins or so. The guy who owns the restaurant lives in Austin during the school year because its better for his kids and then have the restaurant here during the summer. I should have asked if he needed a traveling nanny for his kids.


      The Tower and the Sea

      A travel blog entry by inloveineurope on Oct 09, 2012

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      ... of, you guessed it, five beautiful seaside villages. After Jon's parallel parking job that will go down in the record books for difficulty and precision, we grabbed our trusty canteen-o'-wine and cameras and began our adventure of the historic seaside villages. Our dear friends, Robby and Amelia visited the area before the landslides of 2011 devastated the area but thankfully they were still accurate in their account of how beautiful it is ...


      A travel blog entry by chrispy. on May 08, 2012

      ... find refuge here,.,. #2 Monarola: The second most quietest town that I visited. The only connection was the path "Via Dell'Amore" between #1 and #2. It was a fairly easy walk, maybe 20 minutes,and a lot of the elderly crowd and newlyweds took this route - I only say newlywed because I met a young couple from Texas that was on this root as well. It is absolutely amazing for an easy walkbetwenntwocompletely different towns. In this town I took a vineyard walk back behind ...