Hotel Al Terra di Mare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Al Terra di Mare Levanto
Service was excellent! View of sea is great from patio and infinity pool. Room was clean and modern. Wine and food is reasonably priced. The room is a little pricey, however. Overall great experience.
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These little villages have been 'hugging' the coastline for nearly a thousand years, resourceful Italian farmers discovered crops that were suitable and techniques to produce abundant harvests, but it is no lifestyle for the faint hearted.
I have just had to look up ‘quaint’ in the thesaurus as it is ...
Today's plan was to go and catch a train to regemorrie...catch a boat ride back to Monterosso then swim at levanto all afternoon ...well change of plan We went to st. rococo s church thinking that mass was on at 10.30am only to find the cleaners and that mass was on at 11am ...we walked to the other church the medieval one and went to the 11am mass ..after went to ATM got money to pay Anna for the ...
... higher in the mountain. This town was tiny! Only 240 residents and its "main street" was like a small, narrow alley. Very charming though and at the end of town was a spectacular view of the sea. At this point, we were starting to get pretty tired already, but still had two towns left. Some gelato helped slightly (but didn't dethrone del Borgo from Bellagio). Manarola, the next town up, was the most enjoyable for us of the four we visited today. ...
... By the way because of the time difference and because we will be arriving back in Grand Rapids at 6:17pm still on the 17th, she has what amounts to a 30 hour birthday; lucky her and most of it is on a plane. We will be staying for our last night in Florence close to the airport (because of our early flight) at the "Hotel Diva" near the airport. Deb thinks that Diva in Italian may be short for "dive". Lets hope not.
... The hike was hard, a lot of up hill, and many many steps! But the views, and the wildlife were beautiful. Sweeping vistas of open blue ocean as far as the eye could see, scattered with sail boats and ferries, and the occasional small traditional fishing boat. The trail ran through chaparral-like scrub of oaks, olives and madrone, with the occasional fruiting cactus. Every so often I'd pass a giant aloe vera plant taller then me, and the tall spires of rare century plants jutting ...