Affittacamere La Darsena
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... 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 ...
... a train to Le Spezia first which took 2 hours and then a bus to Portevenere. Our B&B is actually on the island of Palmaria across the bay from Portevenere. A kind gentleman let me use his mobile (mine was flat!) to call our B&B owner who came across and picked us up with his dog, Leon. What a fantastic service. He pointed out a couple of historical points as we crossed the bay and then carried my suitcase on ...
... to Seabourn square for a hot drink and final Backgammon challenge. Peter was feeling tired so we didn’t get to finish the set. Besides we want to have our first cooked breakfast in Colonnade tomorrow morning before we disembark at 8am which means we will be up very early tomorrow morning.
One thing I haven’t mentioned is the amount of plastic surgery some of the passengers have had. ...
... So after 15 minutes of watching the bus driver turn off trouble shoot, the next bus arrived so we all got on that one. Next thing I know the little old Italian lady is on the bus with me, apparently telling me I have to get a ticket from the bus driver, except, I have no idea what she is saying. She kept saying it over and over and was pointing, so eventually the bus driver said ...
... was 2 adults in the front, 3 adults in the back with a child on each lap and then Dan and I in the boot! We put Joey (5 years old) on “Police Watch” but he soon took advantage of his position and started shouting “POLICE” every 2 minutes. We did see them a couple of times but managed to hide quickly and avoid prosecution during the 45 minute drive, much to everyone's relief!
We arrived, parked and ...