Hotel Stella Marina
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one for special occasions as it is not something that just comes together in a short time. It may sound rather plain and boring but the end result is one for regal eating, one day if you are very very very very lucky Mary-Liz may prepare it for you. For those that want to learn this particular style of middle Italy regional dish I could be swayed to take in a school of eager beavers. I promise from there after you will refuse to take lasagne any other way. It was a light bulb ...
... pay E10/day to walk the track and use the trains.
However, due to storm damage and floods a couple of years ago, two parts to the track are not open. The park is not run well and has been subject to the usual Italian corruption. The government now runs it but does not invest the income back into the park so its longevity is under threat. There are little facilities for tourists such as toilets etc which ...
We got a slow start today as we waited in the piazza to meet with Nicole, our French friend we met yesterday with Eugenie. She never came but it was a treat to sit and listen to the people talking Italian. A little Italian boy was playing ball with his Nonno. A cutie even at 2! We learned a big lesson. Do not assume the red roads are a shortcut even if they look straight on the map. It took us 4 hrs to get to Pisa. An hour ...
... bad - but unknown to us at the time, 50m from the Kareoke bar) and finally went for a lovely swim in the sea. THe beach was pandemoneum, even at 5pm on a Sunday evening, school holidays and in the middle of summer.
There were even people selling **** on the beach here, despite it being a private campsite beach. Some set up their table right next to shane right on the waters edge which ruined any last shred of serenity that there was there. ...
... in the middle of being a tourist trap and being a small neat city. I walked around for a few hours and then got back to the hostel. I talked to a couple of Scottish guys that were staying in the same room as me then got right to sleep. I woke up and got to walking around town again and went and saw the leaning tower. It was neat, but it didn't compare to anything I saw in Rome. While walking around, I ran into the guy that was ...