Grand Hotel Portovenere

Address: Via Garibaldi, 5, Portovenere, Italian Riviera, 19025, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Garibaldi, 5, Portovenere, is near Trail 2.
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      Off to Cinque terre

      A travel blog entry by randylehs on Oct 04, 2014

      We were up this morning to head out to Cinque Terre on the west side of Italy on the Mediterranean Sea. We hooked up for our private tour with a francesco again for our 2 1/2 hour drive over there. The drive was decent and we had some good conversation and once we arrived the place was beautiful and so was the day I'm very happy for our day because it really hit the button for Elizabeth. There are five tones but we could only go see ...

      Cinque Terra

      A travel blog entry by paynefamily on Sep 30, 2013

      12 photos

      ... against the rocks. Everything is very wet from the rain but we managed to head up the many stairs into the main street. There is not much to see and in fact, after seeing the Amalfi coast, we were a little disappointed. Took a couple of photos as a record we were here and then headed back to wait for the next boat to take us onto the next town. The boat could not stop at the actual next town Manarola today as the swell was to ...

      Cinque Terra in La Spezia

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Feb 25, 2012

      66 photos

      ... br>

      Anyway, after Corniglia I got the train to Vernazza which is supposed to be the ‘richest’ of all the towns and some say is the most beautiful of all of them. Sadly, in the floods last October (the reason most of the paths between the towns are closed) Vernazza got ...

      Can I just move here?

      A travel blog entry by only1toger on Mar 15, 2011

      24 photos

      ... I ended up about 10 minutes behind the rest of the group because we were staring in a jewelry store window.

      Because we were behind everyone else (we were further distracted by climbing down from the quay to the beach in order to grab a couple of souvenir stones), I've no idea what all was said about the town or the gorgeous medieval church next to the harbor aside from the fact that the church is still ...

      Good bye French, and Hello Italian Riviera (R)

      A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Jun 09, 2010

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... went out again later for supper. We started by just wandering the town. C doesn't go off track, but I don't stay on it well, (ying and yang) so we were off to some stairs located off to the side. "Where does this go?" she asked. "I don't know, I've never been here before". We found a small lookout over the Mediteranian with a couple of benches and sat down to listen to the waves crash onto the rocks 50' below. It was very relaxing, but eventually, (since ...