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

Monteriggioni - Siena - Spoleto

A travel blog entry by alexsandral on May 19, 2014

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... flowers are in bloom and all the blooms of any type of flower are much bigger than we are used to at home. Even the herb leaves are twice to three times as big as we are used to and so very fresh and flavoursome. Tomatoes also have so much more flavour than at home. Roses of all colours are everywhere and they look magnificent climbing over ancient stone walls and buildings. Today was a bit cooler and cloudier than we ...

1654. Italy's Other Canal City

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 11, 2013

28 photos

... fortress surrounded by a moat nearby... no, it's not a moat--it's part of a network of navegable canals that crisscross the city. Comparing Livorno to Venice might be an overstatement, but the canals definitely do give it a different feel. In between the canals is a long regal boulevard with tall Mussolini style columns along all the buildings. Then around a corner is a very ecclectic looking modern building with hexoganal windows kind of lookin like a Picasso style head ...

Wine tasting in Tuscany.

A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Apr 19, 2013

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... of either coming wine tasting with us , or go to the mean kids club.
She decided she preferred the mean kids club option (!?).

Both kids have had enough of sightseeing, and I wouldn't be surprised if they don't even leave the boat!

Daryl and I headed out by bus to a lovely Villa and vineyard called Varramista that was built in the 1500s.

It had a gorgeous garden- set out in a typical Italian style; with lots of hedges, ...

Glorious David!!

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Oct 21, 2011

... 17500 euro on an emerald ring (!) we head for the Mercato Nueva to pat the boar on the nose to make sure we return to Florence. We look at the stalls of tourist stuff and leave without buying and go to the Duomo.

Again there are large crowds so we give up on the idea of going inside and instead head for Accademia and my appointment with David! Another long queue is circumvented when a tour guide sold us 2 timed tickets ...

Lovely towns

A travel blog entry by clintandgayejen on Apr 21, 2011

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Cinque Terra – Outside Livorno

Another early start waking up and getting going before 6:30 should be band on holidays but the area is 100kms beyond Pisa. So up and away we went. The bus ride takes you through some rough industrial areas that look like 3rd world countries, but soon enough we are into interesting farm land. We were perhaps an hour into the journey and the guide casually says take a look off to the right and you ...