Albergo Hotel Admiral

Address: Via del Devoto 89 , Lavagna, Italian Riviera, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via del Devoto 89 , Lavagna, is near Santa Margherita Ligure.
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      Arriving in Lavagna

      A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... walked down into town to a local Italian restaurant, Raieu, for dinner and enjoyed the fresh fish, homemade pasta (trofie pasta quickly became one of our favorites) and local wines.

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      Cinque Terra- Vernazza and Monterosso

      A travel blog entry by emseurope on Jan 11, 2014

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      ... our 4.48 train to Imperia.


      With a very early start we quietly made our way out of the apartment up the hill to jumped on the train for what would be the first of 4 trains to get to Imperia. When we booked the tickets the only way we could get to Imperia was to book 4 different trains and not have to pay anymore with our Eurorail passes. It turned out to be ok as it kept us awake and made the journey go a lot quicker! ...

      "Across the small bridge"

      A travel blog entry by europeon2wheels on Jul 17, 2013

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      ... the 4th village, Vernazza. From there, our plan was to walk to the last village, Monterosso. When we reached the path - it was closed due to the flooding as well. After a quick debate, we agreed that we should ignore the roadblock and keep going anyway. So far, our view of Cinque Terre was kind of "what is all the fuzz about"? Yeah, the villages are cute... but totally packed with tourists. However, we thought that the main thing about CT is really the walks between the ...

      Bellissimo

      A travel blog entry by ladieswotyacht on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... you get in horror movies).

      The pasarelle (‘gang plank’ for those limey land lubber folk) is half the width of any that I’ve yet had to negotiate and wobbles quite a bit. Thats going to be my first project tomorrow, given how accident prone I am.

      Walking through the yard to get to the boat, the Captain told me to ‘prepare myself’ and to ‘see whether I can guess which one it is’ (I love how he tells me this now, after I ...

      Blessedly beautiful bellas

      A travel blog entry by fruitarefriends on Jan 04, 2013

      I can't remember whether paragliding or parasailing is the one with boomerang parachutes... Well whichever it is, they are elegantly dotting the skyline of Monterosso; the largest of the Cinque Terre villages. I'm laying on the sparkly grey sandy/stoney beach in the sun on a warm Friday afternoon. The only low-light has been the unsurprising sub-par cookies I just recently injested... Definitely having some veggie cravings but alas my La Spezian 'hotel' ...