Poggio Cornetto

Address: Via Di Sasso , Bibbona, Tuscany, 57020, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Di Sasso , Bibbona, is near Orciatico.
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Travel Blogs from Bibbona

Enjoying one last day here!

A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Sep 27, 2014

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... that!?! :-)

And then - we had the rest of the afternoon to pack up the bikes, figure out how to manage our purchases - drink the free wine that Avi and Barbara got from their visit to Sammy G - figure out the tipping situation . . . Lots of stuff to do! The plan was to pack the vans that evening - minus the backpacks - so that at 4:45 AM, we would just need to hop out of bed, brush our teeth, and ...

Finally Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 23, 2014

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... had a good laugh.

The rest of the day was almost perfect...off the train at Monterosso, purchased boat tickets but almost boarded the wrong boat, saw the 5 villages by water in 20 minutes, disembarked at Riomaggiore, had lunch, and took the train back to Sestri Levente. On the train ride back the conductor asked for our tickets which we gave him BUT they weren't time stamped! After threats of a fine we produced ...

Cliff Jumping!

A travel blog entry by hudsonbethany on Sep 15, 2013

15 photos

... are very little and according to the tour guide, most of the people living there are either older or younger because when they are teenagers and young adults they are off studying at universities and working outside of the town. They come back when they are older to take over the family run businesses. The views from our hike were amazing! There are two sections, the upper and lower. The upper more known for growing crops and the lower more fishing because it's right on ...

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by rigandsavvy on Jul 03, 2013

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... The landscape is quite surreal as the hills above as terraced as far as you can see to allow for the cultivation of grapes, olives and other fruits. The villages are only a few kilometres apart so are easily accessible via boat or train which both run frequently and are really affordable. The most popular way to travel between the villages was the walking tracks however after the 2011 floods there is only one track open however you can use alternative tracks that are ...

Rock Slides, Earth Quakes and Floods

A travel blog entry by tuscany2012 on Sep 25, 2012

6 comments, 67 photos

... and has 200 inhabitants (minus the tourists). Vernazza is another Roman town which in the middles ages was owned by the Republic of Genoa. Monaorala seems to hang on the side of the cliff. Riomaggiore was founded by Greek refugees in the 7th century. Most of the villagers are fishermen and famers.

When we arrived we heard ambulances and saw alpine rescue cruises, the red ...

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