B&B Villa Pietra Fiore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Monterosso
... and I stayed dressed and had an Italian beer while watching the kids splash in the water and build intricate sand castles. They had a ball; so much for "relaxing in the room!!!". For dinner, we headed to the old part of town, by tunnel (we are in the new part of town) to, what else, but a Rick Steve's rec. Unfortunately, they could not sit five by the water, so we went down to their lounge area. It soon filled up and we had a yummy spread of local ...
... of sheep, being told when to stop and when to walk and when to pee and when to speak. Our server was very genial, and he guessed what I was going to have for lunch. I had the gnocchi bolognese and Brenda had the spaghetti al mare (seafood). We did learn a bit, we only had one dish each. We headed back to the beach and relaxed for a while yet. I went into the water again, but it was almost impossible to get out of the water, my feet were killing ...
... buildings and nothing much else really. We headed back over to the Old Town which has so much more character.
It’s 9am and already very warm. We caught up with the owner of the apartment yesterday and she said this heat wave is not usually experienced until July/August. It really is hot. Makes me take back the comment I made about the runners in Portovenere ...
... carrying strollers and others who were quite young adults. Yet all were helpful and considerate of each other with younger ones assisting older ones past the tight passage – no one pushing or impatient. It was very nice to see and added to our day.
Our last night in Monterosso saw us having, no surprise here, pizza and calzonie from a nearby restaurant and walking home with gelati once again.
All in all a very nice day.
... up for it, there was a "high" pass through the mountains. Psh! Of course! I can’t remember too much of this town, but it was extremely touristy, full of restaurants and souvenir shops. There are lots of small wooden rowboats everywhere, in front of people’s homes and piled up near the shore. By shore, I mean the ridiculously steep, rocky bit by the crashing waves where countless dark, bikini-clad Italian women draped themselves on the rocks.
Hike 1: ...