Hotel Ca D'Andrean

Via A. Discocolo, 101, Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, 19010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via A. Discocolo, 101, Manarola, is near Trail 2, San Pietro, Cantina du Sciacchetra, and Dawn Tower (Torre Aurora).
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    Travel Blogs from Manarola

    Great swimming town

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on Jun 09, 2014

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    The next town was perfect for swimming. There was a long boat ramp where tourists were sprawled out like seals on the cement getting burnt. The water was chilly but there was a great big rock in the middle that some brave people were jumping off. Jase was straight up there, busted out a mad flip as the tourists all Oooooooo'd at his jump. We spent some time swimming and sitting in the shade here. The towns are all so beautiful and each is different in its own ...

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Oct 28, 2013

    58 photos

    Took the train to Monterosso, the first of the five hill towns on the Italian riviera that make up the Cinque Terre. All five towns are connected by trails - and not your typical trails. These take you through the hills, vineyards, over rivers, around cactus plants, around cliffs, and into the most colorful little villages. Absolutely breathtaking.

    So after checking out the beaches, cemetery, and a couple of churches in Monterosso I ...

    Long walk. I mean long.

    A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Oct 01, 2011

    14 photos

    ... from the coastal walk that is the best part. We bought our ticket, took a few photos and then Sarah mentioned that the town is supposed to be nice. So we walked slowly through the throngs of old people and went to the town. It was covered with Americans and if it hadn't been so packed would have been nice. (Insert note: most of my photos you have seen from Cinque Terre to others do not contain a whole lot of people. Do not be fooled. They're everywhere. I just want the ...

    Once there were 5 fishing villages

    A travel blog entry by bigbrowndog on May 25, 2010

    23 photos

    ... Jac but when they finally managed to clamber up to their room, they were not disappointed. There is nothing but sea in front of their window as was the same for me and the sound of waves crashing against the rocks below was a potent sleep remedy.

    The train passes through all 5 villages and it is the same line that runs from Rome in the south to Milan in the north. We stayed in Manarola, the fourth of the ...

    Breathtaking Cinque Terre National Park

    A travel blog entry by wagonmaker on Dec 08, 2008

    1 comment

    ... and look out -- he's right across the courtyard from us! So I had a chat with him - we're meeting him for dinner tomorrow night. I guess that's about it! After three nights here, we're heading off to Rome (we'll have to pay full price for that train ticket!) for our last stop! There are so many things I'm looking forward to at home, I can't wait! Take care! Wayne PS. Incidentally, we also heard some rumours about flooding, etc, in Venice, but saw no trace of it while we were ...