Hotel Stagnaro

Address: Via Brigate Partigiane 22, Cavi di Lavagna, Italian Riviera, 16033, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Brigate Partigiane 22, Cavi di Lavagna.
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        Travel Blogs from Cavi di Lavagna

        A day in Rapallo

        A travel blog entry by vickitravel on Sep 22, 2015

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        ... the cable car just where we were told it was !!! There are only two and they go on the hour and half hour. At three we started up the mountain to the Montallegro Monastery. It takes 7 minutes and the views are spectacular. Bit scary too! Much cooler at the top and we had a walk to the monastery and restaurant further on. Very pretty and great for hiking but all decided we were happy at the bottom. At 4 we boarded the cable car again ...

        I Think My Roommates Are Raccoons

        A travel blog entry by ebrown94 on May 27, 2015

        5 photos

        ... followed ours for a few minutes. It was absolutely a perfect day and definitely my favorite so far.

        Christine and I live with two other girls who are (to put it delicately) quite different from us. They really like to go out at night to have fun and come back very late. They are very good about being quiet and respectful when they get home, but their nighttime activities make them very tired during the day. Tuesday they didn't ...

        In transit to Nice and beyond

        A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 24, 2014

        26 photos

        ... s shoreline seems to be one long train line and the views over the ocean are impeded only by the many train tunnels and when we enter the numerous towns. With a population of about 60 million Italy has to have numerous towns and cities. And again it's good to see non tourist towns as we pass through. All of this part of Italy looks to be steeply hilly and it's picturesque looking at the trees and numerous villas between towns. We had a few minutes of ...

        Our second entry from Levanto

        A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jun 19, 2014

        6 comments, 8 photos

        ... didn't we do some homework on the operation of Apple product before leaving home!) After leaving Chambrey and crossing the border we struck out for Asti. What a difference the Italian roads are from the French roads. They are in serious need of maintenance. The other thing that struck us was the incredible number of buildings left abandoned. Buildings from large factory size (like the size of 2 football fields), right down ...

        Cinque Terre

        A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 14, 2013

        5 photos

        ... it closed much to our guide's disappointment. He believes it is the most beautiful of the churches with 18-19 crosses inside. After that we had some free time to explore and shop. We decided to try the gelato again, pistachio and Amaretto. Mmmm! Now it was time to head back to the train station for a ride to our last destination, Riomaggiore. A very tiny place with lots of tall houses built on top of each other. After a steep walk uphill ...