Locanda del Sole

Via Santuario 114, Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, 19017, Italy | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Via Santuario 114, Riomaggiore, is near Trail 2, San Pietro, Cantina du Sciacchetra, and Dawn Tower (Torre Aurora).
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    Travel here, travel there!

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... of course!
    Our waitress brought us a complimentary limoncello to try at the end of the evening and Phil's reaction was priceless! I swear I could almost have had an accident laughing mself to tears! Personally, I just found it too sweet and thought it would be better as a spritz with soda.
    All in all, karma was present and our day finished on a high!

    Phil- today we learnt that every extra kilo in your luggage is multiplied by the number of trains to ...

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by kirag on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... how nice it actually was-more on that later) We also met an Aussie teacher living in London and we watched the sunset in Corniglia. Whilst we were watching, we saw a cat looking like he was about to jump off the cliff and that got us talking with this couple from Texas. They were hilarious, I've never met anyone from Texas so it was fun listening to him say anything really. Courtney was still not there but I ended up falling asleep, then ...

    Italy Week Three

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 01, 2014

    38 photos

    ... it down. We drove to Lavento, which is the nearest town to the Cinque Terre National Park where you can catch the trains to the other towns or walk. We got all the information we needed on the ferries that run between the towns and the trains as well as the information on the walks. We decided to head to the furthest town from Lavento in Cinque Terre on the train for a bit of a look around. This town was called Riomaggiore. We had lunch while we were there. Son ...

    Cinque Terre!

    A travel blog entry by braddenv on Oct 17, 2011

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    ... We stopped at a bar perched on the side of the mountain and enjoyed a beer & wine plus some bruschetta. Brad tried the pesto which the Cinque-Terre is known for and I clearly had simple tomato & Olive Oil I’m so daring with food. We ended our hike in Monarola, yet another sleepy fishing town but just as beautiful as the others. PIcture really can’t describe how breathtaking the coast is!!! We took ...


    A travel blog entry by annamackin on Mar 20, 2011

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    ... cappuccino’s and croissants which were delicious. The thing I love most about Cinque Terre is that it is a very small fisherman’s town and it is absolutely beautiful. Even through it was raining, it didn’t take away from the beauty at all and we still had a great time. All of the buildings are different colors, which make it very unique, and everything was picture perfect even though no pictures could do the place justice. We spent the day ...