Green Quiet Camere

Address: Puin, 1067, Pignone, Italian Riviera, 19020, Italy | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Puin, 1067, Pignone, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Pignone

        Riding the Cinque Terre Trains!

        A travel blog entry by lindell on Sep 08, 2014

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... village and came home. It was pretty hot by this time and we'd just spent two and a half hours waiting for trains or riding them! We've since heard other people saying they've done the same thing!

        Monterosso was very picturesque with two beaches with a few swimmers and lots of empty sun chairs. I think everyone was out riding the trains like us!!!

        David said the walk was great as were the views. There were lots of steps and climbing and he had a good workout from ...

        Cinque Terre and Venice

        A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on May 10, 2014

        16 photos

        ... a gondola trip around the canals, which was very relaxing and then just cruised around Venice for the arvo and of course we had to sample some more ice cream. Ben and Jess introduced us to some of their crew from the Contiki, so while the boys had some beers the chicks went shopping (to clarify, Chris had beers and Stace went shopping), we then had a lovely meal at a small restaurant (another pizza) and then headed to bed. Thanks Italy A new day tomorrow and a new Country. ...

        The Fifth Land

        A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant on Sep 08, 2013

        26 photos

        ... pastas, dozens of jarred sauces, small vials of limoncello, bottles of wine. Touristy restaurants everywhere and a handful of cafes showcasing various flavors of focaccia. Gelateria's were scattered here and there with scrumptious flavors and a line of patrons. A few flight of steps down we reached the water. All the boats were lined up and covered. When we saw the rough whitecapped swells smashing against the rock barrier, we knew why... We wouldn't be swimming ...

        Shopping in Milan and hiking the Cinque Terre

        A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 25, 2013

        3 comments, 24 photos

        ... no small villages along the way. We had to wait for a little while at one stage because some emergency workers were trying to stretcher someone out who had injured themselves. It looked like a lower leg injury and we could see the person was ok otherwise, which was good to know. The path wasn't very dangerous however there were some leaves and pebbles along the path so if you weren't careful you could slip. It made us extra cautious after coming across the injured ...

        Wow - Train strikes and the amazing Cinque Terre

        A travel blog entry by andye10000 on Sep 18, 2011

        12 photos

        ... hike we really wanted to do.

        When researching Italy all I ever heard was how good the food was- and it is! The seafood has to be the best I have ever eaten - just caught that day - swordfish, sea bass, octopus and calamari to name a few, we have eaten them all in many ways- fresh sweet tomatoes, basil and feta cheese on garlic bruschetta- yummy…

        On the day of the train strike, firstly we met 2 young American guys on a gap year from Uni who we shadowed ...