Stella Marina

Garibaldi 48, Lerici, Italian Riviera, 19036, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Garibaldi 48, Lerici.
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Travel Blogs from Lerici

Tour day 5!

A travel blog entry by ngbaoyi on Aug 10, 2014

4 photos

... waiting until we saw a guy who looks like a train coordinator and ask him if the train at platform 5 is going to florence. He walked over to a tv screen and checked the train for us, and told us it's changed to platform 2! I looked at my watch and OH SHIAT. Only about 1 min left!!! We ran again (WITH OUR LUGGAGES URGH) to platform 2 and the train doors just close shut right in front of our eyes. Like wtf wtf wtf?!? I was getting annoyed alr since it's already the ...

San Torenzo/Lerici, Italian Riviera

A travel blog entry by europe50 on Apr 05, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

Yesterday after three trains and one bus I finally arrived at the Italian Riviera, ahhhh...., lovely. I am staying at San Torenzo which is at the far end of the walkway from Lerici. I walked slowly along taking in the sights, sounds and smells :). I had missed the sound of waves lapping the shore and the refreshing smell and hypnotic view of the ...

Cinque Terre walk

A travel blog entry by ladymanners on Aug 26, 2013

19 photos

... it cracked me up. From here we headed to the town of Riomaggiore By train. We were getting tired by this stage so didn't stay too long had a bite to eat and I bought the cutest little wooden grater and box great for lemon zest and nutmeg. Train back to La Spezia. Decided on sushi for dinner as it was close to the hotel great choice it was superb. Oh my bed looks like a cloud tonight yesssss goodnight John boy. ...

Postscript/Update from Manarola

A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 10, 2013

9 photos

... cemeteries are placed highly elevated because of a Napoleonic decree, citing that disease agents could get in to the drinking water. Today we took a tourist boat to another of the Cinque Terra villages, Vernazza. We hiked to the very top of the village to view their cemetery, which was very similar to the one in Manarola.....just much more elevated! We were gifted with an incredible view of the village and of the sea, along with ...

Italy here we come! the long way.........?

A travel blog entry by irishandmonkey on Jul 27, 2011

71 photos

... in touch. Besides we are now friends on facebook!

Our day in Sarzana did not go as planned. Apparently the entire town shuts down at whatever time they feel like so when we got there at midday the churches were all shut. We ask around and we get a vague 'maybe 4pm or 5pm or 6pm it will open but we dont know'. The guy in the corner shop agrees that it must put people off coming to a town especially if everything is closed. He points us to a castle (cannot get a ...