Travel Blogs from Lavagna
... so I just had to enjoy the beauty of the morning. Later in the morning Wok and I both had a stroll, watching lots of people walking their dogs, and some early bathers and sun bathers at the beach. I think you could safely say that no Italian woman wears a one piece swimsuit. Regardless of shape, size, or age, they are in their bikinis. That's how they manage to always present tanned skin, no matter how much of it is showing. And the men are the same, in that they wear ...
... we used it. Consequently we asked the man at the front desk for a tea towel, and unless we get really lazy, we'll be washing up in the sink. We found a supermarket and stocked our pantry. If you buy loose fruit there's a number for it on the box and you have to put your fruit or veg. on the scales, punch in the number, and you are automatically supplied with a price sticker. I thought I had it all under control, but I'd got a pineapple, and because it didn't ...
... pincer/claw parts mixed in with it. I haven’t held on to my stomach so hard in my life!) I thought I’d try and get online so I headed to the marina office where I literally bumped in to Tutenkhamen’s actual wife who was just on her way out of the door and told me to come back in the morning.
I spent the first night on board with no phone or internet and reflected on how some people say that you make your own luck in life. If this is true, then I need to ...
... br> The Cinque Terre provided a relaxing break in a distinctive destination, with its mix of natural scenery, history and cultural characteristics such as the basil pesto that was invented in the district. The walking was not hard and the distances are not long, and no doubt the whole coast could be “done” in a day by the energetic like the marathon runners at Campiglia, but the combination of heat, hills and scenery gives no reason to rush through the area. ...
... A highlight of the walk was reaching each town and exploring the little shops, enjoying the views and bracing yourself for the next challenge. We finally made our way to Riamaggiore and hit the rocky beach for a wonderful refreshing swim after our day of walking and exploring by foot.
Our final day in Cinque Terre, can only be described as a 'beach day,' we trained it to Monterosso again, which was the fifth town in Cinque Terre, (Monterosso somehow never seemed to fit that ...
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Via Rezza 12, Lavagna | Hotelfrom $106
Via Como 41, Lavagna | 3 star hotelfrom $84
Via Aurelia 2242, Lavagna | 3 star hotelfrom $110
Via Dei Devoto, 81, Lavagna | 3 star hotelfrom $142
Via della Pineta 10, Lavagna | 1 star hotelfrom $71
Via Varese, 20, Lavagna | Hotelfrom $131
Via del Devoto 89 , Lavagna | Hotelfrom $92
Via Tedisio, Lavagna | Hotelfrom $16
Via Previati 200, Lavagna | 3 star hotelfrom $104
Via Matteotti 1, Lavagna | Hotelfrom $101