Albergo Ristorante Miramonti

Via Roma, 51, Comano, Tuscany, 54015, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Roma, 51, Comano.
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    Travel Blogs from Comano

    Riding the Cinque Terre Trains!

    A travel blog entry by lindell on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... was delayed about 15 minutes and then a train came at about the right time and hundreds of walkers piled on, including us, but David not wanting to!

    Then our train sails past all the stations going in the other direction. Eventually we stopped at the first village and David set off from there to do the hardest walk from Monterooso to Vernazza and then on to Cornigilla which is set at the top of a hill and the only village not on the sea.

    I looked around ...

    Day 3 - Venice, Verona and Riomaggiore

    A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... pulled out our Rick Steves Italy book to follow his walking tour. The tour led us from the Roman Areana to the Piaza Bra, Devotional Column, Porta Vorsari, Juliet’s house, Piazza Erbe, Piazza dei Signori, Tombs of the Scaligeri Family and the Church of Saint Anastasia. The Roman Arena was quite impressive and I was excited to see Juliet’s house even though I know it is not really her house. I took the ridiculous traditional photo that ...

    "Across the small bridge"

    A travel blog entry by europeon2wheels on Jul 17, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Rough Seas; Calm "Cabin"

    A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Nov 28, 2012

    15 photos

    ... this place years ago. We normally meet up with them at the meditation retreat Paul does in Perugia and they usually go to Vernazza after the retreat….this year they decided to come before the retreat. Bruce was reading Heidiger and when I appeared he had to do a double take. We laughed about that for a while. It wasn’t quite like the experience of bumping into a buddy at Neuremburg two years ago . . . but close.

    Bruce told us that he was ...

    Destination Abbaccà-là

    A travel blog entry by richard_n_helen on May 19, 2012

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... underway. We can tell that, as a white-ribboned Mercedes is patiently cruising the main street. In fact it’s the only street in the village. Near the 'Duomo’ at the village boundry an olive grove is set up for the outdoor reception - no marquee needed here - just a cluster of white trimmed gazebos. A beautifully dressed crowd waits outside a small church in the village centre, so we settle ...