Hotel Ondina

Address: Viale Ugo Foscolo 67, Viareggio, Tuscany, 55049, Italy | 2 star inn
 
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This 2 star inn, located on Viale Ugo Foscolo 67, Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Viareggio

    Via Reggio on the Italian Riviera

    A travel blog entry by quesera on Sep 09, 2013

    9 photos

    We started our day with our guide Carlos, along the boardwalk explaining history of this lovely seaside town which started as a fishing port then celebrities came which made this a popular holiday spot. Fish and chips for lunch, not an Aussie fish and chips, but so many different types of seafood battered in this dish, very tasty but simple, followed ...

    Cinque Terre .... 5 Villages

    A travel blog entry by michelle.booth5 on Aug 03, 2013

    36 photos

    ... s cool charm had got a lot of bystanders on side, and by now it had become a Mexican stand-off. He was not moving.The angry Italian lady marched off waving her arms and babbling loudly, by this time the whole carriage was watching intently. Haydn asked an Italian/English speaking bystander "On an Italian scale of one to ten...How mad is she?" 15 was the reply!!!

    I was still squirming and Haydn would not let me stand up! Moments later the Italian ...

    Exploring Lucca

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 14, 2013

    3 comments

    ... saw in Venice. Also, whereas in Venice everyone walked and pulled a canvas shopping cart everywhere they went, here it's bikes with big baskets, sometimes made from old wine crates. And it's different to see cars again, maneuvering around in the narrow, cobblestone lanes. We had to relearn checking for cars before stepping into the road - not required in Venice with no vehicles. Home for lunch, then went a few steps down the road to climb ...

    Well that's smaller than I thought it would be...

    A travel blog entry by allansineurope on Mar 26, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... for all the medieval Cathedrals we have visited. Older than those in Florence, they date back to the 1100s when Pisa was a major sea power in Europe. Part of the Miracle is that they are still standing - the ground is very soft and all of the buildings, gorgeous as they are, are a little off kilter. Apparently it took hundreds of years to finish the Leaning tower. They stopped on two occasions for over a hundred years. No doubt that ...

    A Lobster's Tale

    A travel blog entry by silverlobster on Sep 03, 2011

    ... for the lobster spaghetti. I remark to Sarah that it is quite ironic for us all to be sitting eating lobster, now we know what they go through to change and grow. Giovanni offers us all bibs. We all laugh and refuse, and all proceed to get lobster down us. The beer, then the wine flows, and I am ever so slightly, deliciously sloshed. We talk of life, love, business, pets, travel and some more life. We laugh lots and congratulate ourselves on our good ...