L'Olivo Piegato

Address: Via Chiesa, 7, Giovagallo, Tuscany, 54012, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located on Via Chiesa, 7, Giovagallo.
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      The Cinque Terre.

      A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 28, 2014

      4 comments, 37 photos

      ... train to Riomaggiore. First stop the village that is inaccessible by sea, Corniglia ... high up on the cliffs. By passing Vernazza as I had already been there. ( Not for anywhere near long enough in case you were wondering!) When I got off the train, there was a little mini bus waiting. Something in my mind was telling me ... Get that. Get that. So I hopped on. 2 Euros. Then I remembered that it was a 365 step climb up to the town. One for each day of the ...

      More Italy

      A travel blog entry by breezyweezy on Jul 23, 2014

      7 photos

      ... incredible buildings! I'm still not quite sure why it leans but it is amazing to see in real life. We stayed long enough to take a few picture and headed to La Spezia. La Spezia isn't really part of the Cinque Terre National Park but it's the closest big city. Our hotel was awesome enough to have a shuttle to the train station so we plopped our bags in our room and hopped on. We took the train to the farthest town in the Cinque ...

      Walking the Cinque Terre (well part of it anyway)

      A travel blog entry by thestrongfamily on Dec 30, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... and they have the equivalent of Queensland cane trains to transport olives up the terraces to the road, but instead of being on the ground they are on an elevated track a bit like a monorail. There were very few flat patches, it was either going up or down, usually on quite uneven steps. That being said, the first leg from Monterosso to Vernazza is absolutely beautiful and the view as you come round the headland and look ...

      Day 11 – Leaning Tower of Pizza and the Beac

      A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 06, 2013

      17 photos

      ... could be seen. The tower was built on the edge of an ancient riverbed. The side of the tower on the bank of the river barely settled, while the part of the tower over the silted-in riverbed settled more. As the tower got higher, the weight pushed more silt out from under the tower. Over the next several hundred years, the construction on the tower would start and stop again. Towards the top, the tower was finished to account for the lean. It is crooked at the top.


      Hiking with Handbags and the meaning of true love.

      A travel blog entry by helena.greg on Oct 31, 2012

      9 photos

      ... suitable for learning to cycle!

      Eventually we stopped in a little café for lunch and a hot chocolate before hurrying back on the train to Manarola to pick up our bags and hop on to Vernazza the next town where we were to be sleeping. By the time we arrived in Vernazza darkness had fallen and the rain was pouring down hard, tired and in need of showers we didn’t want to hang around. We were booked into Lulu rooms and had been left a ...