Hotel Al Terra di Mare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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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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... happened now??? Well unfortunately due to my overzealous parking nature The Flash has suffered a laceration caused by a steel rail on the passenger side of the cabin. It is not fatal; it has sort of slightly separated a part of the back of the van from the side part of the van, again not so seriously that a roll of excellent sticky tape can't hold it together (as you can ...
... are 3 public beaches and the rest are private. They also have their own beach huts. We didn't escape the church bells here either. They kept ringing to remind us it was still Sunday
We went to a restaurant recommended by our innkeeper and it was very nice. Had a wander around as it was still very warm. Just look exactly this place it is like a real holiday ...
... to get a response from the several people I spoke with as they all gestured in the general direction and I did eventually find my way to the trail. Once on the trail, I knew this hike would become a memory to last a lifetime. The spectacular views and the "death march" up and down the steep hills both served to create indelible markers in my head and in my heart; markers to conjure up whenever I feel a need in the future to day dream ...
... with dredging equipment to remove the debris. We also ventured to Riomaggiore, another quaint village of the Cinque Terre. Our decisions were based entirely on the Ferry schedule. If we could get back in time, we chose that stop.
We received a request from the cruise director to join him
for dinner. He must have heard how
entertaining I was…. Or perhaps ...
... I'm complaining. The seaside track to the next village (Manarola) was closed so we were forced to take the high track. The track, after a near vertical assent, wanders through the terrace landscape carved out hundreds of years ago by peasant farmers so they could grow crops. The Chinque Terre is so picturesque. Manarola is a cute little town and has the most amazing swimming hole. We walked to Riomaggiore (the next village) along the seaside path - a ...