Travel Blogs from Lavagna
... city, we were able to walk off the ship, and walk into town. The streets of old Genoa are narrow ones that snake up the hillside. This was great, because there wasn’t a lot of vehicular traffic. It just made for tough pictures because the narrow streets were shaded by buildings. There is a lot of gorgeous architecture in Genoa. We really enjoyed just walking around and taking it all in.
We ended up finding a ...
... it was close to 4pm and the sun was making its way toward the horizon. It would get dark soon so and we rushed quickly to our room at La Mala. Narrow alleyways, beautiful lamps lighting the way, eye-popping colors escorted us up. I counted about 70 steps from the plaza up to our room….lucky for us that John (from La Mala) carried our heavier pieces all the way up! The evening was cool, the winds were blowing and the sea was getting angrier and angrier. We took ...
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... steep hills around each of the villages, but one needs a lot more time and better hiking equipment than what we had with us. And speaking of my travelling buddies from my last Italian adventure, I thought of you all often, as I have retraced some of my steps here. Muriel you were in my mind today. I found the wall where you sat over looking the Mediterranean and I took your picture. So realizing that we would not be able to walk between the ...
... as it built up quite rapidly but didn’t even come into shore. There was lightning to be seen and even a water spout forming, clearly visible. The German teenagers surrounding us were calling it a tornado……not at all, but I wouldn’t like to have been in it’s path out on a boat.
Vernazza – wow the only town of the cinque Terre that has an actual harbour, as tiny as it is. After finding our well earned gelati (they have some very ...
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed