B&B Villa Pietra Fiore
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a hour and got into the town about 1 pm. Walked around but this didn't take long as it was very small. Lovely set up in a cliff which gave a great view out to sea and back to Monterosso. Stopped at a lovely little bar called La Scuna mad had an icy cold lemonade and a lovely panini with freshly sliced ham and cheese. Beautiful. Then took a walk to the train station which took us down a very long criss crossing flight of stairs. Train was due ...
... After the other lady arrived, things went very well. Brenda started with the noodles and pesto sauce. Now this was pesto sauce, not like the junk we get at home. The main difference is the ingredients, so fresh and so flavourful. I had the ravioli with a walnut sauce. The ravioli is standard as cheese unless indicated otherwise. This was a treat. The sauce had a very distinct walnut taste and ...
After a period of big city sensory overload, a few days' stay in the picturesque northern most village of the Cinque Terre (Five Lands) on the Italian Riviera could not have been more perfectly timed. Our train trip from Rome to La Spezia and then north through the villages of the Cinque Terre gave exciting Mediterranean coastline glimpses of what was to come, but our walk from the train station directly to the scent of fresh salt ...
... uphill climb from Monterosso to Vernazza). A well last bit was downhill.... Robert again looked like he'd been in a Turkish bath with his clothes on. We had a beer with an Aussie couple from last nights boat tour, then trained on to Corniglia (here we cheated and got the minibus from the station to the town square to avoid 400 more uphill steps). All in all it was a lovely day. We needed a little nana nap when we got home and are now preparing to go out for ...
... an entry time so that we could skip the long line for tickets. (Easy to do, and well worth the 10 minutes on the phone if you plan on visiting Florence in the future.) The kids all were impressed by his size (17 feet tall!) and with the incredible detail. Florence is BUSY BUSY, and we were traveling to the Cinque Terre the next day, so we walked a little more, grabbed lunch and gelato (of course), and headed back to the farm. The return from Florence wasn't nearly ...