Albergo Degli Amici
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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Travel Blogs from Monterosso
... sidewalk table at our hotel with drinks and snacks. Our first choice restaurant for dinner was closed, so we ended up at one that overlooked the beach. The food was good, but we thought the service wasn't at the same level - just ok. We've been trying to have local wines and food when possible and enjoying our meals at a leisurely pace - definitely my speed (and a nice change from our visits to busier ...
... in Monterosso we decided to kick our asics off and have a quick dip in the Liguiran sea. Bad idea to do this in a section know for rip tides. After avoiding a few big waves we got pummeled by a wave coming up the rock wall getting all but our backpack soaked. Lesson learned. Our last evening in Monterosso we spent our time strolling through town and soaking in our last few moments of vacation. This has been a dream come true and trip of ...
Time for another track! Woke up this morning and it's not raining thank his just stormy and a bit over cast. Headed to the village after breakfast and a tea to explore an have a look around first. Walk took almost 3hrs to Cognila (??) which is a village on the cliff. There was a ocean path but it had been wiped out by a landslide so ...
Monterossa is one of 5 towns (Cinque Terre) that are built right into the cliffs and along the Italian Riviera. Monterossa was beautiful and colorful and vibrant and we kicked around the town for a bit and bought a couple of postcards and mailed them back home.
We hopped on the train in Monterossa and took it to the next nearby ...
... We walk up steps, steps and more steps, until we were high above the village. In places, you cannot pass anyone coming the other way and there are places where there's no rail and you're quite close to the edge of the drop-off. All the other walkers were friendly – we must have passed at least 100 people coming the other way, with almost everyone responding to our buongiorno (good morning). The way took us almost two hours, as we kept stopping to enjoy the views ...