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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      Travel Blogs from Moneglia

      Postscript/Update from Manarola

      A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 10, 2013

      9 photos

      ... cemeteries are placed highly elevated because of a Napoleonic decree, citing that disease agents could get in to the drinking water. Today we took a tourist boat to another of the Cinque Terra villages, Vernazza. We hiked to the very top of the village to view their cemetery, which was very similar to the one in Manarola.....just much more elevated! We were gifted with an incredible view of the village and of the sea, along with ...

      The Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by clammysox on Jun 13, 2012

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... incredibly hard towards restoring the town to its former glory, and they are being very careful to remain true to the original building methods, in order to avoid losing the charm that attracts the toursts to the area. Our hotel, set high up in the hills, was perfectly fine, although there was a notice to say that the heating did not work due to flood damage (not a problem for us ...

      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, ...

      Day 9 – Zoom Zoom (Bike Style)

      A travel blog entry by crystalrenee on May 25, 2011

      9 photos

      ... it, which was completely unsettling and the stairs were some sort of slippery rock and with sandals, not good. Most girls looked pretty petrified. I’m scared of heights and somehow find ways to negate the fear for regular towers, but I looked like a big baby when I got to the top. I was clutching the rail and huddled in the center (which wasn’t much more help since it was hollow in the ...

      Last Italian Riviera Day (R)

      A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Jun 13, 2010

      10 photos

      ... is that the Germans used the harbour, and protected it with artillery guns... and why wouldn't they?

      We had a "lunch stop" at a place that had great food... and lousy service. (Ristorante Elletta) I attempted to make eye contact with the waitress a number of times ofer what I thought was 20 minutes. I finally totaled the bill in my head and left enough to cover it. C left an extra 2 to get it to the total we came up with, but I would have shorted them... it ...