Address: Via Piero Schiaffino 98 - 100, Camogli, Italian Riviera, 16032, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Piero Schiaffino 98 - 100, Camogli, is near Abbazia di San Fruttuoso, Santuario di Montallegro, Castle of Montallegro, and Golfo Paradiso.
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      Cinque Terre or Cinque Terror

      A travel blog entry by 888hours on Aug 11, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... the Italian FAI. It consists of several restaurants, the restored Abby and a stony beach and is a very enjoyable and interesting stop.

      The next ferry takes us to the upmarket Portafino which is at the other end of the spectrum, the port is full of multi million dollar yatchs/cruisers and the picturesque harbour has a backdrop of quaint buildings with many restaurants and high end clothing stores to cater for the huge tourist influx. As the weather is ...

      Monterosso Day 3

      A travel blog entry by sallykitcher on May 04, 2014

      9 photos

      ... had made it, we rounded the corner and there were more towering above us through the trees disappearing into the distance. The path became quite busy, people of all ages and levels of fitness, different nationalities walking in both directions. Many bona seras, pregos, bonjours and hellos on the way. All with different versions of their walk so far and estimations of time. None of them inspiring us in the least. Most looked as exhausted as we did. Thank goodness we ...

      Monterosso, Home Base for a Cinque Terre Tour

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 18, 2013

      197 photos

      ... on the other, can be seen. The town planning structure presents also original characteristics compared to those of the other villages: the houses are lower set, and only more recently higher, similar to those of the villages of the hinterland.

      Corniglia is mentioned in a famous novella of Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron and in the novel The Invisible Circus by Jennifer Egan.

      When you arrive at the train station at Corniglia, there are two ways to reach ...

      The experience of leaving Lucca

      A travel blog entry by jspence on May 08, 2013

      ... was on the top bunk, I was below) and the beds wooden beams which continually sounded like enormously large wooden shutters banging in the wind each time he moved - fantastic. Regardless, Grandma and I toughed it out throughout the day as we took the beloved rental car back to La Spezia, and caught a train to Levanto - our home for the next three nights. I quickly fell in love with levanto as we walked the quiet streets in the afternoon, ate a very late lunch in the park (which cost ...


      A travel blog entry by markandbrenda on Jul 29, 2012

      3 photos

      ... but no where near as hot as Bologna.

      Upon arrivval at Tre Merli the first thing I noticed wasthe narrowest of stair cases, luckily we were on the first floor. Didn't matter the owner took my case up ( I think he did a hernia doing it though).
      It was alovely room, our view was fishing boats and the mariner, only bummer was that there was a crane there also, never mind, ...