Hotel Stagnaro

Via Brigate Partigiane 22, Cavi di Lavagna, Italian Riviera, 16030, 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

    Riding the Cinque Terre Trains!

    A travel blog entry by lindell on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... was delayed about 15 minutes and then a train came at about the right time and hundreds of walkers piled on, including us, but David not wanting to!

    Then our train sails past all the stations going in the other direction. Eventually we stopped at the first village and David set off from there to do the hardest walk from Monterooso to Vernazza and then on to Cornigilla which is set at the top of a hill and the only village not on the sea.

    I looked around ...

    Sanremo Day 3

    A travel blog entry by margie.tez on Aug 20, 2014

    ... comforting too see that at least she wasn't as impressive looking as her yacht ! Tracey and I then headed off for a look at the shops while the boys sat and enjoyed a few beers while studying the Grand Prix circuit map. Tracey and I returned, once again disheartened at our lack of funds, drowned our sorrows with a couple of Rosa's and took in the amazing views of Monaco. So a decision ...

    Exploring Cinque Terre (Day 1: Four of Five towns)

    A travel blog entry by ericandyulia on Mar 24, 2014

    9 photos

    ... on the train to Manarola (the next town north). This town was just as beautiful, but I really like how this town had a small waterfall (of storm water) flowing underneath the arch holding up the front half of the town. See the pictures. It's amazing. From here we tried walking the path but were stopped by a fence and big signage. We could see in the distance that the track further up had been effected by landslides. So we caught the train to the next town ...

    Hill towns

    A travel blog entry by purplefish on Jul 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... mile long). Since we were in Amalfi first we get the gist of this town. There is no service to your door for the luggage. You cannot drive to our apartment because the roads are for pedestrians only. You have to find parking (expensive, and undercover at the top of the town) and then hoof your **** down to your place. Kinda helps if you have less stuff. Needless to say, we travel light, but not that light. ...

    Sad to leave this beautiful place

    A travel blog entry by arnies on Nov 02, 2012

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... most of the walk walking uphill on rocks, some of which were more boulders than rocks. And whoever said it took two hours was dreaming. It was a three hour walk. There were several occasions on which we both felt, 'How can we keep going?' As you will see from the pics it was quite a trek. We were amazed by the numbers of others on the track, many of whom had small children with them. Can only assume that this kind of ...