Hotel Pensione Moderna

Address: Via G Daneri 81, Bonassola, Italian Riviera, 19011, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via G Daneri 81, Bonassola, is near Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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      La Spezia - Portovenere - Cinque Terre Part 2

      A travel blog entry by smithlawb on Jul 09, 2013

      11 photos

      ... of the hamlets along the way. I connected with another solo traveller on the boat - we stick out like sore thumbs trying to take our own pictures. We made eye contact and in broken Portugenglish were able to say how hard it was being on your own but how special it can be too. I'd peg her at late 40s. Argentinian.

      Secondly, there was a family of four on the boat. The mother understood Portugenglish and translated s bit. She ...

      Retired Life

      A travel blog entry by gatormark on Jun 24, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Today we lived as if we had worked all our lives. You know, as if we actually deserved this vacation. So we woke up and packed up our beach going wares for a trip up north to find a swimmable beach (corniglia's 'beach' is a cove full of rocks, not great for rough waters) in either Vernazza or Monterosso. Our first stop, in Vernazza, found much of the same; though Vernazza has a 'harbor' of sorts, more rough water and rocks was found. Matt and I walked about the jetty, ...

      Tripping over terraces

      A travel blog entry by petesaga on Oct 22, 2012

      6 photos

      ... terraces and in a couple of places going around houses and through their back gardens, with close up views of the vines against the backdrop of village, cliff and sea. In places it was also necessary to step over monorail tracks that run up and down the hillsides, on which little petrol-driven wagons carry goods to and from the terraces. After passing through a hill-top village called Volastra the track descended steeply to Manarola, a collection of colourful ...

      Long walk. I mean long.

      A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Oct 01, 2011

      14 photos

      ... of the vineyards, in among the vineyards, sometimes 18" from a cliff. You had to pay attention to what you were doing. For the most part you wouldn't fall off the side and into the water, but there were one or two times like that. Obviously with this kind of hike there weren't that many other people up there with us, which was nice. It was quiet, it was nature, and there weren't throngs of people. We loved it! I will tell you though, that it was tough. It was almost as ...

      6000 steps and 6 liters of wine

      A travel blog entry by joelkat on Dec 04, 2010

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... cold. Our train ride the next day went by without a hitch thankfully enough and we landed in Vernazza around mid day. After finding our accommodation and figuring out our hiking gear we went for the hike to the next town over which provided some amazing views and good tracks. It was very up and down which made it a little hard going (I counted around 1700 steps up) but it was worth it.

      Our days consisted of hiking most of the day then coming home when it got dark and ...