Via Cortona 19, Pietrasanta, Tuscany, 55045, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pietrasanta

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by jazandlouis


Again we had a bit of a lie in, Cinque Terre feels very relaxed! And our legs were exhausted from the previous day... But today we planned to make the hike from Riomaggiore to Manarola along a back track (because the coastline was closed due to the landslide). Many other people had this idea so we were not short of company. This walk was not so bad as yesterday's. While the initial part was all up to reach the top of the mountain, it ...

Venice and Riomaggiore Cinque Terre Italy

A travel blog entry by xtine13


... The family home he lives in was originally built in the 7th century and was used as a hospital during the plaque of the 11th century. It also turns out that his father travelled to New Zealand twice a year on the cruise ships. We caught the train after that to the next village, Manarolo which has a different feel about it. It is smaller than Riomaggiore but the main street is wider and there are more places with gardens closer to the centre. We had a bite of lunch there ...

An "arty" excersion

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


... expert chef Bill (Heathers sister Hilda's husband).
In the evening Colin and Heather started up a bit of a party night while Sam, Jack and Cesare went in and picked up Sam from Pisa Airport. Sam made it safely to the villa after a huge 36 hours of flying and changing planes and was in remarkably good form when he arrived at the villa.
Heather and Colin of course partied on.....

Hiking the Hills

A travel blog entry by ramblinrover


... the many local take away places for a slice of pizza. While there I was surprised to learn Vernazza has it's own brewery. Always being one to support the local industry :), I bought a pint and headed through a tunnel and onto their beach. There being more rocks than sand, I picked a rock and sat and watched the waves roll into shore.

This morning I rode the train to the northernmost village and set out ...

Cinque Terre Coastline

A travel blog entry by andreademartini


A wonderous coastline with challenges and winding paths, not for the unfit, but suitable for most. Splitting it up over a number of days the first is quite simple a leisurly 20 min stroll from Riomaggiore to Manarola. Then I opted for the bus up to Volastra (as part of the path from Manarola to Corniglia) has been washed away. Then continuing on from the scenic peak of Volastra you climb along the cliff edge through gardens & vineyards of lemons, grapes and more. Plenty ...


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