Hotel Villa Adriana
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Adriana Monterosso
The Hotel Villa Adriana was a simple, yet comfortable 3 star hotel in Monterosso. Internet access only in the lobby, but the staff was helpful and very attentive, I didnt mind the inconvenience. I had asked for a room with a view and I was placed on the third floor with a balcony and direct view of the sea. The hotel offered dinner each night for 15 euros and I was happy I decided to dine in. I was traveling alone and it really was nice not to brave the bars and restaurants by myself. The 4 course meal was as good as any 5 star restaurant. Highly recommended and a good value for the price.
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... The villages were all different and picturesque. Walking was very hard work in the heat and murder on the ankles and knees. Villages had twisting lane ways, clothes drying on the balconies, colourful houses, cute boats bobbing in the harbour, crystal clear waters. Sun lounges for those who will pay for them...on pebbly beaches. Great water to cool off ...
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... pictures of too many alleys this place is one of the reasons. Susan and I made a quick exploration of the town including the church. We didn't get inside because a wedding was about to start. I give credit to all those dressed up women walking in high heels on cobble stone...great courage. We found our hotel, showered, rested and then rejoined the group for formal introductions. The highlight of this exercise was the "self introduction" of ...
... at the last town. The girls are up at the same time Derek is and they ask him to if they could go with him. I wake up thinking that Derek had left with the girls and Manuel, Scott and I were gonna do the hike. That morning I find out that Manuel has a 10 hour ride back home and they was potential for a train strike which could seriously delay all trains into Florence. He lived in North-East Italy and to get back that same day. So he traveled this far to spend a couple ...