Hotel Barcarola 2

Via per Portoferraio, 208, Marina Di Campo, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marina Di Campo

Fusce Island

A travel blog entry by iamrustingaway

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... a bad person that always rebels, the forest will turn evil and the trees will turn bare, and wolves will come out and hunt for food. If there are multiple people, the forest will stay as your average forest, beautiful and creepy at the same time. There will be small cute critters, but there will also be large scary ones hunting the smaller ones down.

This concludes our awesome adventure in the Mainland. I hope you enjoyed this tour, and come back ...

Elba: Italy's Hawaii

A travel blog entry by margrc

... full) with happy Italian families, of every age, having a great time. It's hard not to get caught up in the holiday spirit as well.
As an English-only speaker, if you have any expertise with the latin languages, and a good dictionary, you can get by with a smattering of Italian, hand gestures and smiles.
There are MANY great places to stay on the Island and over 100 beaches. We would ...

ELBA, A gem still to be explored

A travel blog entry by jilly361

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... off the quay and drop anchor before reversing back onto the quay for me to re-attach the lines. All this took some time to accomplish but eventually we were held fast and could put the kettle on and have a bite to eat before checking out the town. There was no electricity or water connection working on the quayside and no-one about until next day when Steve called into the office to see ...

A dazed day in Elba.

A travel blog entry by gill27

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... home of Napoleon.  The island is small and can be circumnavigated by vehicle in a day.  Unfortunately we did not explore to much of the island but did have a chance to stroll around the little harbour, the home to many yachts small and grand. I particularly liked seeing the rows of local fishing boats their bright colours offering old world character. Greens, blues, reds and whites vivid in contrast to the sea water and sunshine, as the locals bought the daily catch, helped ...

Dolce fa niente

A travel blog entry by turnernz

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... and their beautiful daughter Tara-Marie. For most of the journey, we hugged the stunning west coast of Italy, reaching the northern part of Tuscany after a few hours. The combined sights of colourful old buildings of the many small towns we passed through, green hills towering inland and the sea out of the train window were enough to restore all faith in the beauty of Italy after the slight disappointment of Milan.

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Location

This hotel, located on Via per Portoferraio, 208, Marina Di Campo, is near Monte Capanne, Marciana Marina Beach, Villa of San Martino, and Palazzina dei Mulini.
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