Hotel delle Rose

Address: Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 8, Bonassola, Italian Riviera, 19011, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 8, Bonassola, is near Cantina du Sciacchetra and San Pietro.
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    Travel Blogs from Bonassola

    La Spezia - Portovenere - Cinque Terre Part 2

    A travel blog entry by smithlawb on Jul 09, 2013

    11 photos

    You can boat, train or walk throughout the five hamlets (and beyond) of 5T. On the advice of my host, I chose my destination of Bonassola for the day, fully planning on baking in the sun on the beach. NOTE: travelling solo puts you at risk of a sunburn on your back. No, I didn't find one of those long-torsoed, fit man or woman to assist me.

    I took a boat from La Spezia to Vernazza. It was about a 90 minute ride dipping in ...

    We're in Cinque Terre!

    A travel blog entry by samplum on Jun 24, 2013

    8 comments, 3 photos

    ... surrounded by a wall. I'll post a photo. Jayzia, you did do much research and found out so many things about Lucca that I think I need to reward you with $1000. Well done! We went to Pisa today. Make sure you take a very close look at my leaning tower photo. I hope you all enjoyed the excursion. From your travelling teacher, Miss ...

    Tripping over terraces

    A travel blog entry by petesaga on Oct 22, 2012

    6 photos

    ... but sometimes marked with signs saying “toxic” to deter casual grape-picking. The track was marked with red and white paint on stone walls, posts and steps, and was surfaced with a mix of compacted soil and gravel, stone steps or the capping stones of the terrace walls: some people walked in sandals, some in hiking boots with poles (although not much use on the narrower parts of track). The track climbed steeply up above the village, leading us ...

    Long walk. I mean long.

    A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Oct 01, 2011

    14 photos

    ... see the stones at the bottom of the sea from all the way up at the top. I bet we could still see 15-20 feet down. I tried to capture an image of a boat anchored off shore where you could see its shadow underneath. While you can tell what it is in the photo, it doesn't do it justice. It is almost fake, it's so pretty. We had breathtaking views, as well as a breathtaking, literally, hike. It was not a hike that would make mom feel comfortable. We literally were walking along the ...

    6000 steps and 6 liters of wine

    A travel blog entry by joelkat on Dec 04, 2010

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... our first experience with Italian rail left something to be desired. What should have been a 3 hour train ride turned into an 8 hour ordeal. We got about an hour into our trip when the train just stopped and stayed there. We sat in the train for hours and nobody would tell us what was going on. Eventually some guy walked down the aisles yelling "BUS" so we all piled into three buses and went to the next train station where we waited some more. When we arrived in Genoa it was cold, ...