Doria Hotel

Address: Via Torrente Barassi, 3, Cavi di Lavagna, Italian Riviera, 16033, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Torrente Barassi, 3, Cavi di Lavagna.
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      Travel Blogs from Cavi di Lavagna

      Visit to the Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by duncanabbie on Jan 10, 2015

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... Sea, alfresco, and made a grab for the one remaining table. There were three other tables occupied when we arrived, and the waitress was overwhelmed with our arrival (and the subsequent arrival of 3 other smaller groups). She just rushed by us, obviously flustered, so we grabbed some drinks and sat at our table and waited, not sure she was planning to get to us. Rush hour at Coniglia? We saw her make a hasty phone call, backup? Eventually ...

      Door window view 40

      A travel blog entry by mercs57 on Aug 05, 2014

      38 photos

      ... in their flash boats enjoying the beautiful weather and water. We walk down one of the best hillsides to the city of rapello no wonder we can shed some weight off up and down dale I count how many times we have to cross the road 4times down and the same back up. We are planning to go to Genova by train and a cable car ride Opened on August 29, 1934, the cable car is the only facility of its kind in the whole of Liguria and allows to get ...

      Walking the Cinque Terre (well part of it anyway)

      A travel blog entry by thestrongfamily on Dec 30, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... and they have the equivalent of Queensland cane trains to transport olives up the terraces to the road, but instead of being on the ground they are on an elevated track a bit like a monorail. There were very few flat patches, it was either going up or down, usually on quite uneven steps. That being said, the first leg from Monterosso to Vernazza is absolutely beautiful and the view as you come round the headland and look ...

      Day 12 – A Hard Day of Walking!!!!

      A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 07, 2013

      52 photos

      ... sandy-type beaches on the Cinque Terre. All of the other towns have rocky access to the sea. Vernazza does have a small beach in their harbor. Manarola, where we are staying has no sand at all! Montorosso al Mare ships sand in each year to keep the tourists happy.

      We put the thoughts about the phone behind us and started walking on the trail to Vernazza. I knew from the Rick Steves’ guide books that this section was going to be the hardest. Kim was still excited about ...

      Leaning tower

      A travel blog entry by global_montys on Dec 09, 2012

      ... really leaning over. Grace and Evan have so many questions as to why the tower leans to whack we answer. On ward we go towards Cinque Terra. We are staying just outside Cinque Terre in Deiva Marina which was a ghost town, I could only imagine how busy this place would be in summer. We have courtesy Van that takes us into the train station area, from here we ...