Hotel Ancora Riviera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... olive groves on the hillsides. The pastel-painted town with the blue waters lapping at its feet is an appealing place, with narrow lanes, nice piazzas, and sunny atmosphere. Lavagna also claims five kilometers of sandy beaches and a colorful marina. In short, it's a great town!
It has Roman origins but came into prosperity during the Longobard period. It was fought over by the powerful Doria and Fieschi families, but noble ...
... home via the autostrada/ highway to Paggi via Lavagna. Dinner boiled potatoes with cheese and tstasiki, garlic butter a very German way of eating potatoes. Tomorrow we intend to head to Lucca, the home of Pinocchio and Piza. Hopefully the weather will be ok they have said showers for tomorrow and rain for Sunday. If it is raining SUnday we will head to the submarine museum in La Spezia and Monday we have no plans, Tuesday we. Head towards ...
... we all made our fill, we called it a day and went to sleep as the hostel was pretty dead and the staff grumpy as usual.
The following morning we decided to head south toward the other two villages. We were advised that the path to Manarola was closed, however, we knew some people that had safely walked the path as it was completed, just not opened officially. We walked down the stairs from our hostel toward the coast and found the hole in the fence that was ...
... son poured rosť wine and mojiotos down my neck at a Brazilian restaurant, he tells me that I would be a great captain as well which makes my ego very happy. A ‘great’, ‘young-looking-for-her-age’ Captain!? Come on crew agents, there must be a job out there for that girl!
There are problems with the engines, the Captain goes on to tell me... ‘oil everywhere’... also it turns out that the engineer who came to fix the hydraulics a day ...
... and I wonder if there's a connection (though that would be a lot of marble!) At the Florence train station I say goodbye to two new friends from Venice, Claire and Harry, who I shared a bottle of wine with yesterday evening while watching the sun sink behind the clouds across the Venice harbour. Claire is a liberal American, while Harry is an Englishman who embraces ...