Villa Rosmarino

Address: Via E.Figari, 38, Camogli, Italian Riviera, 16032, Italy | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Via E.Figari, 38, Camogli, is near Abbazia di San Fruttuoso, Santuario di Montallegro, Castle of Montallegro, and Golfo Paradiso.
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    Travel Blogs from Camogli

    Rained out!

    A travel blog entry by ucfgirl55 on May 01, 2015

    23 photos

    ... This is when my borrowed umbrella broke!! Back to the hotel for me!!! I have reservations at the nicest restaurant in town - which happens to be in my hotel. The view is amazing. I start with a ravioli in a butter sage sauce. For my main course: Sea Bass over potatoes, olives and tomatoes. For dessert I had a puff pastry with chantilly cream with a pistachio mousse! It is still raining… I am hoping to see a little bit of sun tomorrow before I depart for ...

    The Italian Riviera Rocks.

    A travel blog entry by 888hours on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... rehearsal time was too much for the group and they are 30 minutes late in starting but soon get their act together and started rocking the place. They are very enjoyable, although I am not sure all the old Italian Mama's really appreciated the Blues & Rock style of music.

    After an hour we decide to head on home but sample some of the local gelati on the way, what a night, what a place, what a life.

    Thanks Peter & Colleen for recommending Camogli.



    A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Aug 04, 2014

    28 photos

    ... rush is awesome. After we had exhausted ourselves, we rejoined poor Lacy and swam around the harbor and found some cool little nooks and crannies in the rocks. Next, we went to the final city, Monterosso. We spent very little time here - basically long enough to get a huge amount of gelato and walk up and down the mainstreet. It is very big and has a huge beach with hundreds of umbrellas. Although it seemed like the most touristy and least quaint/homey, it was still ...

    51st Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jul 12, 2013

    ... it was somebody from one of the motor homes moving their car closer to the van (perfectly conceivable that they'd have someone driving a back-up car). Once everyone else had left and silence was finally mine I emerged from the large shadow of some rocks on the beach and made a beeline for the covered rowing boat, only to be stopped in my tracks by that wretched car sitting there behind the gates, the owner still inside and staring straight at me.

    I made out like I ...

    Sad to leave this beautiful place

    A travel blog entry by arnies on Nov 02, 2012

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... most of the walk walking uphill on rocks, some of which were more boulders than rocks. And whoever said it took two hours was dreaming. It was a three hour walk. There were several occasions on which we both felt, 'How can we keep going?' As you will see from the pics it was quite a trek. We were amazed by the numbers of others on the track, many of whom had small children with them. Can only assume that this kind of ...