Abbadia San Giorgio

Address: piazzale San Giorgio , Moneglia, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on piazzale San Giorgio , Moneglia.
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    Day 5 mon 12th aug

    A travel blog entry by brunning on Aug 12, 2013

    4 photos

    ... few hours while people have a siesta as the ferry didn't come for a solid couple of hours. We got hot again in the heat of the day which must have been up to 35degrees so us boys all decided to jump off this pier while we waited. Which then turned into synchronised bombs, backflips and massive dives including a really bad belly flop that really hurt my back. We ended up having a crowd watching us as more people came to wait for the ferry. Then noticed ...

    Hiking with Handbags and the meaning of true love.

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

    9 photos

    ... evening was a sincerely romantic phenomena and one that I will share with you.

    Our waiter came to our table and we explained that we needed more chairs for the girls that were joining us so he returned with two chairs and explained ironically that he had just had them made by the resident carpenter; he then left us to go and fetch the wine that we had ordered. Between us we immediately commented on his unusual accent and his ability to use ...

    Cinque Terre, Moneglia, Italy

    A travel blog entry by lynnloparo on May 12, 2012

    7 comments, 17 photos

    ... walk along this trail and put padlocks on the railings to symbolize eternal, permanent love. We then faced a climb to the village of Volastra, which is perched on a hill. This was the most difficult part of the hike because we climbed up hundreds of stone steps to reach Volastra, past terraces carved into the hills that were planted thickly with grapevines, olive trees, and lemon trees. It was very warm during our hike, so the fragrances of bee balm, ...

    The route №6 is not suggested

    A travel blog entry by lavrukhin on Jan 16, 2012

    11 photos

    ... Corniglia. И вдруг ты начин 72;ешь разли 95;ать удиви 90;ельны& #1077; запах 80;. Нет, совсе 84; не такие запах ...

    Stir Crazy by the Sea

    A travel blog entry by jen-steve on Apr 01, 2011

    19 photos

    ... to Monterosso, a mountainous up and down climb (via route 2) with stops in each of the picturesque towns along the way for a drink or slice of warm foccacia. Although some try to make the journey more arduous donning their not so sensible shoes and wearing the most inane of Italian fashions, we recommend a pair of hiking boots, shorts, and some sunscreen. This hike is glorified in many publications as a ...