Camping Trigoso

Address: Via Aurelia, 251, Sestri Levante, Italian Riviera, 16039, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Aurelia, 251, Sestri Levante.
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      Travel Blogs from Sestri Levante

      A Cassowary, then Sestri Levante

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 20, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... lights only went green once every 10 minutes? If so, we had another 8 minutes to wait and Google's estimate was way out. As we waited, more and more traffic banked up behind us, people got out of their cars, and then just as it was approaching 40 past, everyone got back in their cars and started them up. Sure enough, the light went green and a stream of traffic led by Sverre and Jess drove through the long one lane tunnel. When we got the other side, ...

      Florence and Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 15, 2013

      3 comments, 22 photos

      ... was a fair bit cooler than usual otherwise I might have struggled!

      I chilled out in my room for a while and recovered after the walk before I had a look around for a nice restaurant for dinner. The book I got in my room recommended one around the corner, so I headed down to check it out. Unfortunately I was still dining for one, as the big room was still empty and I think the busabout people mainly stay in Riomaggiore. The restaurant was not very cheap, however as ...

      Hauling Ass & Hiking

      A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis on May 21, 2013

      11 photos

      ... and shots of berry liquer and lemonchino. Having read the train schedule wrong, we ran to the station (I was full and slightly drunk) only to find out that train time was for Saturday only. All that running for nothing. We eventually caught the next train and made it back to Monterosso. Overall, our hike was well over 12km long, which isn't too bad. It was the rocky path and climbs that were the kicker. But with such amazing views, I absolutely loved ...

      Pasta,Pizza and Gelato

      A travel blog entry by capt.pancake on Mar 25, 2013

      4 comments, 40 photos

      ... the turnoff for Bonassola and wound our way down the hillside into the town. Again this was very quiet and all the shops had closed for lunch, even though one still had racks of postcards, tourist books and sunglasses outside. I can just see that happening in the UK!!!

      As it was lunch time we found a restaurant and Seonaid had a mixed seafood tagliatelle and I had the spinach and ...

      Cinque Terre - days three to five

      A travel blog entry by arniephillips on Jul 05, 2012

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... The remote, isolated houses, some built in seemingly inaccessible locations as if the only way to get there was via helicopter, were dotted right along the coastline and up the cliffs into the upper mountain regions. Great views, but the commute to work or trek home from the pub on a Saturday night could literally be a killer! On the way, we called out to the very isolated Abbey of San Fruttoso di Capodimonte - a former monastery that was destroyed by flood and is ...