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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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Buon giorno from Levanto, Italy. We enjoyed our last
few days at the Belvedere Biking Hotel in Riccione. Our non-biking day on Thursday seemed to revive our quads and spirits so we headed out refreshed for our final ride on Friday morning.
At lunch, we all met up on our bikes
at a vineyard for some fun and lunch. We picked grapes, a few of us tried out crushing
grapes with our feet, there was ...
Riomaggiore is the most southerly of the five towns making up Cinque Terre, and probably one of the most visited, anchoring as it does one end of the famed Via Dell'Amore.
Riomaggiore itself has a quaint harbour at the bottom of the typical gully on whose sides the town is perched.
The Via Dell'Amore is an easy coastal stroll around to Manarola, and as such is very popular and CROWDED. The sea vista is still ...
... top of the tower. This was different because it had trees on the top... that counts, right? Then we checked out the local churches of San Michele in Foro and Cattedrale di San Martino before grabbing a bite to eat at a famous focaccia bread shop, Amedeo Giusti.
I was sad to part with the bikes but it was off to Pisa, which I surprisingly wasn’t that excited about and thought the leaning ...
Well we have finally arrived on the much anticipated Italian Riviera! When my friend Wendy said that it is the most beautiful place in the world, she wasn't kidding. We took the early train from Venice and we arrived here around 3pm. Our train spend a great deal of time in the side of the mountain and then voila...the mountain opened and there was the Riviera. SPECTACULAR. I wish we could post pics here to show you.
Our hotel is basically at the bottom of ...
... I liked it. We got to enjoy this all without anyone around, with the exception of old Italian fishermen who prepared for their days.
Of course, Richard and Jyles jumped off the highest cliffs they could find.
We checked in at 1030. The hostel was different, it was random rooms and apartments scattered around the town. Our room was AT LEAST 1000 steps above the marina. It was a hot and unpleasant walk with my ...