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 San Pietro and Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel delle Rose Bonassola

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Travel Blogs from Bonassola

Florence and Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 15, 2013

3 comments, 22 photos

... only way to tell if something is real leather is if you peel back the stitches a bit and find some suede, because suede is very expensive and difficult to imitate. The shop was quite expensive (probably because it was real leather) so I decided not to get anything just yet.

After the leather shop we walked to a restaurant for a traditional four course Italian dinner. Unfortunately it was in an American steakhouse! Go figure! Anyway the food was pretty good and ...

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 ...

Two nights in paradise

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 10, 2013

158 photos

... playing in the sun with their dogs and all their toys. If we decide to ever go back, I think we we would definitely try to get somewhere there. Back on the train to the next village we go.

We decided to skip Corniglia because it was up on a steep hill and by this stage it was about 5.00pm. We decided we would head over to see it the next day along the top trekking track (which in the end we didn't even do) and instead just go straight to the fourth village - ...

Cinque Terra

A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 15, 2012

28 photos

... Manarola. The path between these two towns consists of a wide, paved path full of slow tourists taking pictures, elderly, and couples clearly on a romantic getaway (so much PDA!). I knew the entire hike was going to be long, so I made quick time zipping around slow walkers. I’d say this “hike” took about 20 minutes. I was feeling quite duped at this point as to how much of an adventure this was going to be…

Town 2: Manarola. This town ...

Portovenere

A travel blog entry by theb-cfamily on Aug 08, 2011

20 photos

... is marked by rows of wooden poles: these are part of the breedinggrounds for mussels, which are another fundamental ingredient of La Spezia cuisine.

History:

The ancient Portus Veneris is believed to date back to at least the middle of the 1st century BCE. It has been said that the name refers to a temple to the goddess Venus which was sited on the promontory where the church of Peter the Apostle now stands. The name has also ...