B&B Rifugio Uscio
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... across to the bus stop to see if I could get there by bus instead but was told there was only a train. An elderly Italian lady took me (reluctantly) to the taxi rank but when I determined it would cost 50 euros just to get to Recco I declined. When I texted my host at 2.15pm to inform her that the train had again been cancelled and if the next train was cancelled I would look for accommodation she said she would prefer me to arrive in ...
... was identified as a "strenuous walk". And with these tours, you are required to keep up the pace with the guide and the rest of the group; be at established locations at specified times; and generally, be punctual as a courtesy to others in the group. What would ever lead someone with a cane and mobility issues to believe that this tour was for them? And what's with the cruise line for not telling this person when ...
... so long. I composed myself and pointed out that with a leaking emergency door with a leaky inflatable ring inside it that was making a terrible noise that I would prefer to move to a safer seat. She looked me sternly in the eye and told me that I was not the first person to mention the life threatening door seal, my words, as if being second made it better and me lesser.
I asked calmly to move seats forward to solve two problems, firstly ...
... to stick out, bring a few extra pairs.
4) Wear sunscreen and a hat. *** Some of you will laugh at me for that because I'm the worst at it!!! But I am doing it! ***
3) Validate train tickets in the yellow machines. Even bus and metro tickets might require you to do that too so just be sure. You will want to avoid any heady fines!!
2) Have a coffee at one of the hundreds of cafe or bars. Don't take it to go. ...
I wasn't sure what to expect in Vernazza. The floods in Oct 2011 were terrible, and it's hard to believe that the town has done some much to clean up since. to be fair, few businesses are yet open, but at least the main street is clear and work in well underway in cleaning out all of the ground floor rooms fronting the street.
The harbour is still pretty much full of the silt and gravel and that will take a huge effort to clean ...