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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... busy and a long day of travel caught up with us. We slept in and spent the morning updating the blog. We never left the apartment until after midday when we went for a wander around La Spezia to get some tourist information and have a look at the port. Unlike the big cities, La Spezia is more traditional with shops shutting from about 1:30 in the afternoon and reopening about 4pm. A much needed lay day involving afternoon naps and reading.
Our final day staying in La Spezia and we decided to stick with the plan and head for Portovenere. After our previous experiences with the boat making us all a bit green we decided to catch the bus rather than the boat though.
It was a bit packed going there – all of us standing for most of ...
Our day in Le Spezia, the day I have been looking forward to. We had a bit of a sleep in, if that's what you call it, and went down for breakfast at 8am. The breakfast was delicious, Tiramisu and Apple Strudel. I find it hard to get my head around what is served for breakfast in these European Countries. Today was the day set aside to do The Cinque Terra, something that was close to the top of my wish list. We walked to the port, about 10mins, and found the ferry service. ...
... train, trying to get on and off the train was a nightmare and negotiating the steps from the station with a huge crowd of people pushing both ways was challenging. In hindsight Sunday was probably a particularly stupid day to go. We ate fantastic pasta and bruschetta at Monterosso. One poor woman tried to pay her bill for about 30 minutes before finally getting someone to take her money. We had the same problem - Gary just gave up in the ...
... across a vibrant, bustling tourist stop that greeted us with imbibing tourists and social locals. Yes Vernazza is still on its way to recovery, but "before" photos displayed along the main drag proved a contrast of the town's constructive strides. Although it takes all of 5 minutes to walk from one end of town to the other, we never once found ourselves bored and ready to leave. We ...