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We arrived in Levanto, Italy early afternoon after having driven through some amazing countryside and coastline.
The tollway consisting of mountainous high bridges joining equally impressive large tunnels driving right through the centre of the mountains. It feels like you are driving in the clouds.
We stopped …
Again we had a bit of a lie in, Cinque Terre feels very relaxed! And our legs were exhausted from the previous day... But today we planned to make the hike from Riomaggiore to Manarola along a back track (because the coastline was closed due to the landslide). Many other people had this idea so we were not short of company. This walk was not so bad as yesterday's. While the initial part was all up to reach the top of the mountain, it ...
We left our hotel in Lucca in the sun! We drove about 1 1/4 hours through several tunnels through the mountains, exited the highway, had several miles of "St John sytle" mountain hairpin turns, to see the sea and the coast in front of us. We were staying the seaside resort of Levanto, which is a quick train ride to the Cinque Terre area. We hopped the train and arrived in Manarola, the 4th village from Levanto. A picutre perfect ...
... great English I don’t think she liked writing it very much, plus her actual hand writing was large and loopy and a few words filled the card. However, the picture was enough to get me going again.
The first visit didn’t come to fruition until a couple of years ago when I was travelling with Jo. We were staying with Lauretta’s husband Howard in Lugano and had a few days to kill as he was still working and we had done all ...
... dinner. There's a small park just across the "road" which is just across the "river" so say...40' away from the front of the house. There's a few BIG maple trees, and 5 benches, as well as a long flat capped wall at about seat height. Of the 5 benches, there are 4 old weathered ones, and one new one. Mama (not the one who made us the sandwich) and her friends sit on this one, so we figured, "Mama's not here, why not?". As we sat down, an older local gentleman walked ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nazionale Levanto
Bright large spotless room,very quite, right in centre of town, 10 minute walk to train for visiting the Cinque Terra villages, only thing was no wi-fi in rooms and had to use lobby. Other people can be a distraction.
Good breakfast, helpful staff.
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