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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Stella Marina Lerici
Travel Blogs from Lerici
... all stopped to play with the baby and you got a real sense of love and family in the whole place. I looked at the menu and didn't really understand a lot of any of it as it was in Italian. Rather than asking for translation or going for what was easy, like Mahgerita, I asked the server for her favorite - you amore? She pointed to one and I said that - I will take it, of course having no idea what it would be but it's pizza right? I have never met one I ...
Prior to coming to Italy, a visit to the Cinque Terra was the one thing I was looking forward to the most. There seemed a bit of a mystery about the place, five small villages carved out of the mountainside and situated along the sea. I had seen pictures before but the real thing did not disappoint. Each village is located within a ravine in the mountains, nestled into a cove along the Ligurian Sea. The guide book ...
... throngs on the beach, and spotted some youngsters heading out in surf boats, with fixed seats and long slender oars. I was also impressed with the cranes used to lower the boats into the water...an option for my rowing club at Black Mountain? Dinner at a local restaurant of pasta and fritto misto with fantastic limoncello. Last night in Lerici and its relaxed beach ...
... of travelling! I have had so much fun kicking back and have visited four of the five towns that make the cinque terre. The famous walk between the villages was decimated in the 2011 floods. There's an alternate path through the bush, but meh, I can go anywhere for a bush walk. So opted to see the cinque terre by boat, then by train stopping at each town. I essentially had lunch in Venazza, gelato in Manarola and siesta in Riomaggiore. Had my ...
... good cappuccino, well not Melbourne good but still much improved from the rest of Europe so far. I had a hot chocolate which was literally runny chocolate, it was very thick and rich, I think it was the Italian version. I secretly added some milk to tone it down a bit as I didn’t want to offend the nice man.
We decided to start with the walk from Riomaggoire to Manerola which was called Lover’s Lane. This is the easiest of the walks ...