La Lanterna delle Fate Bed & Breakfast

Address: Piazza Umberto I, 10, Borghetto Vara, Italian Riviera, 19020, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located on Piazza Umberto I, 10, Borghetto Vara.
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Travel Blogs from Borghetto Vara

More touring in beautiful Liguria.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 21, 2012

14 photos

... pass around the harbor and then found the location where the boat would be leaving from and waited there. The first boat that arrived had a large tour group on it, so it took awhile to empty. The crew said, “wait for next boat” and then proceeded to park that boat in another berth. The other boat fortunately arrived a few minutes later.

The trip back to Monterosso was tranquil and beautiful in the late afternoon sun. When I disembarked, I ...

More Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by yendor on Sep 30, 2011

1 comment, 25 photos

... cards, which give us access to the hiking paths, also let us take the sporadic shuttles from the village "centres" up to the parking lots for each town as well as further up into the hills. So Rod went for a hike and I met up with him at the cooperative winery near Volastra.
There we were able to see the workings of the winery (despite guidebooks saying they give tours that's really only for pre-booked ...

The Bear that attacked Macka

A travel blog entry by bristowfamily on Oct 05, 2010

6 photos

We left Fiesole for the Liguria region-
Mick collected the car that we had parked in the free zone...only to find a parking ticket on the windscreen...WTF?. so, whilst the 3 headed off to the Posta (yep- the post office), I had the honours of trying to work out why we got a ticket..(even the hotelier at our villa said it was free again). So, into the local police station I went...the sergeant (he had 3 stripes?) spoke no English and after ...

The 5 isolated villages and pedestrian paths

A travel blog entry by ehgaspar on Sep 29, 2010

18 photos

Day 5 – Part 2

We arrived at Riomaggiore around noon and climb from the train station to the village. Mostly a quiet place except for the main street pretty full of tourist, restaurants, souvenir shops and so on. Since it was already noon we eat a Pizza al Taglio (by the slice) and brought water to bring with us – the day was hot and we would later regret not having more water.

A subway passage allowed a fasted comeback to ...

In the midst of the mountains

A travel blog entry by ehgaspar on Sep 28, 2010

1 comment, 3 photos

Day 4 - Part 3

Going from Sestri Levante to Suvero where we would stay at the Cuccaro Club Hotel gave us the first taste of winter since spring was over. We went into into a mountain landscape where water flowed by edges of the road and even though the temperature was around 10 degrees Celsius it seemed that remnants of ice still lingered on the pavement. We later found ...