Doria Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsDoria Park Hotel Lerici
Great views, charming town, and a really nice hotel.
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... about 7:00 and the sun had gone down, when I started heading back towards the hotel. I wanted to stop for dinner, but none of the restaurants were opened yet. Dinner doesn't typically start until 8:00 or sometimes later. I ended up stopping at this little snack bar with flashing green, blue and red lights in a tent. Not a place that I would initially go to, but I was running out of options and wanted a drink. It was clearly a place for the locals. ...
... There is a smaller castle at San Torenzo which is situated behind some colourful houses - it is an impressive sight.
It was a balmy evening so I sat outside at a bar listening to gentle piano music whilst sipping a drink, with the hassles of the day long forgotten. Today I bought fish and chips (calamari and anchovies!!!) from a Sydney ...
... again - cinque means five, five villages makes the cinque terre. What a beautiful place this is. I chose it because I wanted to be somewhere authentic, whilst i knew it would be touristy, its not so much you couldn't speak a little italiano. I found my dream here. I have four nights here,some may say that's more than enough. But day 3 and I'm only just starting to learn what is on offer. My first day was mainly travel from amsterdam to pisa, ...
... nice fresh water. He also explained the shrines which we were seeing everywhere and about the trees which grow there. There are lots of chestnut trees as the climate is perfect for growing them.
Once we got to the town, we went to his wine cellar. The cellar was quite small, maybe 5 x 3 metres and he explained his wine making process. This again sounded quite labour intensive as he said he hangs each grape individually on hooks and also does ...
... sandals, fannypacks and abundance of cameras all piled in next to me. One English lady was so pleased to know I spoke English when I informed her that the bathroom she was trying to get into was occupied which I found comical because the majority of the people on the boat spoke English. It was a bit disconcerting to be so packed into this boat like a 5 pound sausage in a 4 pound casing (for you Auntie Mo!) but I got over it after a while and tried ...