Hotel Ancora Riviera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... from the other two, we had some lunch and gelato here and some more exploring. It turned out the walk trail was closed down here due to repairs required, so we hopped a train again back to the next village, Manarola. The trail was again closed from here to the next village, so we trained again to Corniglia. This village centre is about 100m above the sea, so has more of a farming village feel than a fishing village. The buildings were ...
... 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 ...
... penne with pesto, Ethan got another margherita pizza, and Mom and I shared a pizza with olives and artichokes (and on a misunderstanding, no mushrooms) called some-Italian-name-I-can’t-remembe r. We packed up our room, took literally 5-minute showers, and went to bed. Phew! It was a lot of hiking, but I really enjoyed the Cinque Terre, and I want to come back as soon as possible! Bellisimo! ~Bryn
Today we arrived in ...