Cantiere Navale Donoratico Residence-Hotel

Address: Uscita Donoratico sulla SS1 Aurelia, Donoratico, Tuscany, 57024, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Uscita Donoratico sulla SS1 Aurelia, Donoratico.
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Travel Blogs from Donoratico

Day Forty Two: wine tasting tour

A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Oct 04, 2014

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We took a bus to the first winery in the Tuscan hills called Altesino. Then we went to another winery For a delicious 3 course meal! We started with salami, cheese and bread and then soup and finishing with a delicious lasagna! After the wonderful lunch we got to spend some time in San Gimgino Walking around, and we got more gelato! It was a very welcomed feeling to be heading back on the bus back to ...

A gentle day..

A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 16, 2014

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... with its narrow little streets and cobbled roads it is quite easy to imagine what life might have been like (without the smell, of course!). Part of the moat is also intact - it struck me as only being wide enough to keep out the most scared non-swimmers. We stopped for coffee and cake at a lovely piazza, sitting under Elm tress, very pretty. A number of the medieval buildings were painted, very convincingly, to look like stone. Although quite a small village, it had ...

Livorno for Pisa and Florence

A travel blog entry by dougo on Jun 25, 2013

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... with Doug's camera !

Duomo
Back in the van and down into Florence at no time at all ... Fabrizio expertly drove around the streets and found a parking space, gave us an intro about the Church and the Piazza San Croce and we had about 25 mins free time to visit the church or wander around the Piazza.

Back in the van we then headed to the Duomo, ie, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore with its amazing marble clad walls. I have no idea how anyone can ...

Ghost Ship

A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Oct 25, 2012

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... the Panorama lounge. We’ve just left Livorno, it is a beautiful night, the stars are out and there are other liners leaving and coming, perfect. Except that once we get comfortable we notice that there is black soot collecting on the deck around our feet. Our bartender / bar waiter Rajeef says not to worry, it is from the smoke stacks, but the sofas are clean because he just took care of them. As we sit back to bemoan our dinner and the state of the ship, ...

Wednesday 17th – Siena- Florence-Pisa to bea

A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 17, 2011

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... book about Florence and had decided we wouldn't need to long there really, just enough time to see the sites and get some lunch. However it did have one of the Big three which are must sees in Italy, 1: The Collosseum, 2: The Duomo in Florence, 3: The leaning tower of Pisa. We found a parking spot in the centre of Florence and used our Lonely Planet Italy book for a map to find our way to the Duomo. It’s basically another massive church with huge bell tower... Very ...