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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... car and bush hanging down low enough we both had to duck. Thank you very much Mr GPS (NOT!!!!). At one point I received a green mustache and Marg a green scarf as we didn't duck quick enough. I'm sure it will be funny when we look back on it one day. Our stop over at La Pineta certainly wasn't a highlight of our trip so far. There were no air conditioned rooms as advertised so we had a very hot and restless night. Breakfast consisted of coffee and bread rolls so we both left a ...
... profession of the last millennium. Later that morning we went into the Campo Santo which is a religious burial ground just across from the Cathedral. This building contains plenty of art with either frescos on its walls to the sarcophagi with impressive detail, and sometimes an occasional head rest! Towards the end of the tour, we learned that the building had been bombed during one of the world wars, and teams have been painstakingly ...
... house was built in the early 1700's and has been in Giovanna's family for many generations. They have their own vineyard and sell wine right from their cellar (which is always unlocked in case they're not around and their guests get thirsty). In addition to the main chateau there are also a couple of farm houses on the property in which they house guests. The owners stay on the ground floor with their two German Shepherds.
Erin and I were ...
Are having a very relaxing day, started with catching a the train to Monterosso where we hopped on the ferry that cruises the coast. First stop was Riomaggiore for lunch, sitting overlooking the Mediterranean. Beautiful day here with the deep blue of the sea, hopped back on the ferry to Portovenere. It's a beautiful sea faring village overlooked by a San Pietro's Church built in the 12 century. We then did a cruise around Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, three Islands off the coast. ...
... too was closed. On the train again and into Corniglia. It was a steep hill up to the village but found my way onto a bus to get there. Had lunch in a lovely spot and ordered 2 ice coffees. Well, it was different - cold coffee literally. John drank mine as it was awful.
Walked up to a lookout and a young Oz lady said she hurt her back doing the walk between Monterosso and Vernazza and was waiting for her friends. They had contacted her and said ...