Albergo Marina

Address: Via Fascie Vincenzo, 100, Sestri Levante, Italian Riviera, 16039, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Fascie Vincenzo, 100, Sestri Levante.
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      51st Anniversary

      A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jul 12, 2013

      ... provided no sensible possibilities. There was one open piece of grass but it looked like it would be used as a car park by people still out at work. Vagrancy is illegal don't forget and people don't tend to appreciate backpacker scruff bags sleeping outside their houses, even if just for one night.

      I returned to the beach, constantly scanning for spots that had the potential to be quiet and undisturbed overnight. There was a piece of land jutting out from the seafront, most ...

      Italian Riviera

      A travel blog entry by travelistolive on Jun 10, 2013

      18 photos

      ... second. A bit nerve-racking! As we ascended further up into the mountains, we got another taste of Italian culture. The mountains were full of pine trees and villages in this area were far and few between. Once it started to sprinkle on us, we decided to head back down into Sestri. Once back in Sestri, we cruised to the top of a small peninsula in town. Here we found our dinner spot- San ...

      Northern Med

      A travel blog entry by matt81 on Feb 25, 2013

      30 photos

      ... Andes paths: trail running taken to the extreme.

      The design and engineering of the small marinas was amazing. Each town had one and the boats were all out of the water covered in tarps against the rain. One fisherman told me that they started going out fishing in late March early April. There were steep boat ramps with winch systems it looked like and even a crane which lowered boats from high on ...

      Two Pale Faces in a Sea of Brown

      A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Aug 20, 2012

      11 photos

      ... and not because some didn't last and were cut off and thrown into the sea as well. Wandered around Manorala and decided the best thing to do to cope with the heat was to retire to our hotel for a siesta and head out a bit later when it had cooled down a bit. Still trying to get into the swing of eating dinner late as most of the restaurants don't open until 7 or later. Eventually found one and of course pasta was on the ...

      Trekking!

      A travel blog entry by jandamercs on May 28, 2012

      2 comments, 15 photos

      So here we are back in Italy, which we are really happy about! Even though we loved France, we really missed good Italian food! So last night after we arrived in Cinque Terra we went out to a restaurant and shared a pizza and then had a plate of pasta each! Joseph had ravioli and I had taglitelli, both with bolognese sauce! Delicious!

      Today we did the Cinque Terra trek! We thought we would be able to walk the 3 open trails but after nearly 4 hours ...