Residence Kriss

Address: Piazza Doria 3, Deiva Marina, Italian Riviera, 19013, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Airport area of Deiva Marina.
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    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by lipsky on May 19, 2011

    ... and the next one (to Genoa) did go. In Genoa, the next train we were to catch to the french border was also cancelled but were able to get the next one a couple hours later (so more pizza!). At the border (Ventimiglia), we only had to wait an hour for our train to Antibes (near Cannes). We didnt stay in Cannes since the film fest was still on. The French/Monoco train was very nice and we were the only ones on it for a few stops. eery.



    A travel blog entry by danniandtodd on Jun 06, 2010

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    ... almost 30 degree heat. The weekend felt like I had had a holiday and it was time to face my last week of work. I had the Tuesday off to pick up Mel, Gail and Dayne. It was so exciting to see them, just to have my girls to talk to again was amazing!

    My last week at work went slowly! I guess I just wanted to finish and get travelling. Finally my last day came and it came to leaving speeches. I felt weird for having leaving speeches when I had only ...

    3 days in the Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by lindalequesne on May 11, 2009


    ... on and soak up the view. One section consists of a long tunnel with arched porticos looking out to the sea, and the long wall is covered in graffiti. Not just regular graffiti, but words declaring one's love for another, hearts and poems and all things love-related. There was even a section with railings that had hundreds of locks attached to them - Jim suggested it represents two people being connected for life. Hmmmm.....maybe there is a bit ...

    Footloose in ITALY - Cinque Terre & Venice

    A travel blog entry by footloosetv on Sep 01, 2004

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    ... a fascinating history.

    The churches are abundant and amazing in Venice; you fear for all that marble dragging the city down into the lagoon. The Jesuiti church has some stunning marble but the weight of it over the centuries has been a real concern. The little Miracoli church is like a jewel casket and houses a picture that is said to perform miracles, tucked away among the alleys and canals. We took an extended gondola ride, guided by ...