Il Timone Camere

Address: Via Roma 75, Monterosso, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, 19016, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Roma 75, Monterosso, is near Trail 2, San Pietro, Dawn Tower (Torre Aurora), and Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsIl Timone Camere Monterosso

      Reviewed by gregad

      Il Timone - Monterosso, Cinque Terre

      Reviewed May 11, 2012
      by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Francesco and his wife Federica provided an excellent apartment in town to base our exploration of Cinque Terre. Located in town at the top of Via Roma, Francesco provided us with all the information about the area that our brains could absorb at the time, invited us to stop by Fast Bar and the Wine Bar that he also works at for drinks, and to answer any questions. They really went out of their way to make our visit to Monterosso a great experience.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Il Timone Camere Monterosso

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      Travel Blogs from Monterosso

      DAY 24: Friday, 26 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 26, 2014

      ... but resisted. I'm hoping Milan will produce the goods now. We leave in the morning. I booked our train tickets earlier today. They cost 55€ (about AUD$84) for the both of us on a high speed train that takes about 3 hours. ... It's 10.07pm now. We just got back from drinks, dinner, ice cream and a walk. I had pizza with olives. Pudd had spaghetti bolognese. Mine was delicious. Second pizza in two nights. I was thinking I should have a pasta dish in Italy before ...

      A day exploring Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Jul 11, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... was a great insight into how the people of these villages live - small houses and rooms and LOTS of steps!! It was also very, very hot by then and John was desperately seeking a sweatband but to no avail.

      Next we boarded the train and took care to watch out for gypsies or travellers who are renowned for preying on unsuspecting tourists and stealing from them. Trouble is that we didn't know what to look for. Our guide helped ...

      Last two villages of Cique Terra

      A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 04, 2014

      5 photos

      This morning we were both pleasantly surprised that we had woken up and could walk around pain free! We'd expected to have sore calves from all those steps yesterday at the very least! We ran into Margie and Bill at breakfast, and I could tell straight away that Margie had walked the track to Venazza yesterday as well! She looked exhausted! Bill looked rather fresh and he told us he'd started the walk, but knew early on that it was not for him, so he had turned back and took ...

      The Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by clammysox on Jun 13, 2012

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... we don't have any photos ... take our word for it, though, the food and scenery were awesome!)

      We returned on a late train to Vernazza, to pay our wine bill and spend an hour having dessert high up in a cliff top restaurant (a very light italian chocolate cake!), before retiring to our private balcony for one last toast to the beauty of the Italian Riviera.


      Day 10 – Holy Heat Stroke

      A travel blog entry by crystalrenee on May 26, 2011

      7 photos

      ... started the hike from Monterosso to Vernazza which was the longest part of the hike at 1.5 hours. It was very mountainous and hotter than hell. It was easily 90+ degrees and only getting hotter. We had to pound a beer at Vernazza for some "liquid energy" and then we covered the next part of the trail to Corniglia, which was about an hour long. Another pretty strenuous stretch of the hike (I was imagining a walk on the beach with one or ...