Hotel Al Terra di Mare
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We arrived in Levonto(e), Italy on Saturday around noon. We found our way to the Hotel Al Terra di Mare high in the hills overlooking Golfo di Genova (Gulf of Genoa) (Mediteranean Sea) (Ligurian Sea). Thank you Lord for GPS. Anyway, the hotel accomodations were wonderful. This hotel advertises itself as a "green hotel". So they have solar roofing …
... so I just had to enjoy the beauty of the morning. Later in the morning Wok and I both had a stroll, watching lots of people walking their dogs, and some early bathers and sun bathers at the beach. I think you could safely say that no Italian woman wears a one piece swimsuit. Regardless of shape, size, or age, they are in their bikinis. That's how they manage to always present tanned skin, no matter how much of it is showing. And the men are the same, in that they wear ...
... we used it. Consequently we asked the man at the front desk for a tea towel, and unless we get really lazy, we'll be washing up in the sink. We found a supermarket and stocked our pantry. If you buy loose fruit there's a number for it on the box and you have to put your fruit or veg. on the scales, punch in the number, and you are automatically supplied with a price sticker. I thought I had it all under control, but I'd got a pineapple, and because it didn't ...
... 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 in danger of becoming overused
These little villages are right out of picture postcards; beautiful colors, patterns, shapes and textures, it was ‘photographer heaven’. Everywhere is steep, stairs, narrow cobbled laneways and tiny little shops with colourful craft, clothing, local ...
... next town where we were hoping to say. Monterosso is one of the more known towns on the trail but I found it far less appealing and far less innocent than all those that had come before it. Here the architecture had lost its character and the atmosphere slightly resembled that of a holiday resort, the buildings were square and simple, painted in beige and light yellow, here there was no colourful character, no individuality and no element of the Italian fairytale, it was disappointing ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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