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Bagno Stella

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Bagno Stella

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Viale roma, 42, 55044 Marina di Pietrasanta Italy
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Historic Versilia by e-bike. From the sea to the hills passing through Pietrasanta
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Historic Versilia by e-bike. From the sea to the hills passing through Pietrasanta

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Welcome to the cycle tour "Versilia Storica Medicea" UNESCO site "Medici Palace" in Seravezza.<br>Pietrasanta, an open - air museum, houses works of art by Fernando Botero, Igor Mitoraj and other artists; Cloister of Sant 'Agostino, home to international exhibitions, located in Piazza Duomo, we will admire the bell tower attributed to Michelangelo Buonarroti.<br>Then we leave for the historic Versiliana Villa that belonged to Gabriele D 'Annunzio, now home to shows, cultural cafés and exhibitions. Then we enter the pine forest in the shade and fine air for a session of cardio-circulatory and fitness activities. Forte dei Marmi stands where the marble road ended, built by Michelangelo to transport the blocks from the Apuan Alps by sea. The Fortino, located in Piazza Garibaldi, was a military, customs and health post, now home to exhibitions and museums of the satire. It owes its worldly fame to the Agnelli family who made it known to the world since the last century.<br>
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LoukdeW wrote a review Jul 2014
Switzerland327 contributions142 helpful votes
Quite a nice setting at the beach. Nice terrace and nice indoors/open restaurant. No menu being presented. The very gentle waitress simply mentions which food can be ordered. No prices are being explained. But a rather ok spaghetti seafood, with scampis for € 26,- is too much. And that whilst the food was ok, nothing more. The tlasses white wine wererather expensive, too. No wonder that the terrace and restaurant were half empty at mid July. Very friendly staff.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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john m wrote a review Jun 2014
Glasgow, United Kingdom2 contributions7 helpful votes
The restaurant Bagno Stella is only a couple of streets from the hotel Ritz turning right at the front door.going away from the beach.There are a few other shops nearby and a "Journale/Tabacce (pronounced "tabakki") shop which is the only place in Italy ,apart from a general post office, to buy stamps.There is also always a letter box. The restaurant itself was fine.It opens for evening meals around 7.30pm.A 3 course meal with a large bottle of good beer and a glass of red house wine cost for the two of us 52 euros so it wasn't cheap.Eating out in Italy is rarely cheap.The staff were very pleasant and there was no bother getting separate bills for the three couple present(organised beforehand).In Italy if you order a fish or a cutlet that is what you get.If you want anything else on your plate you must tell them as everything else has a cost.Bread is always placed in front of you and added to your bill regardless of not ordering it.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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