Albergo Delle Spezie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... of the way along the path we came across a lovely local lady selling freshly squeezed Lemonata and so we grabbed some and took a little break. Soon enough we were back up again and on our way. The walk took us just over an hour. Vernazza was one of our favourite towns of the Cinque Terre. The view from the walk in was spectacular and although there was a lot of tourists it had a beautiful harbour area where you could sit and enjoy lunch in the sun. We grabbed ...
... habit than anything else, but by the time I got my stuff together, breakfast was being served downstairs so of course, I had to eat what's free (included in the price of the room). If nothing else, I got my cappuccino. Fresh croissant and fruit salad. Not bad! By the time I headed out the door, it was just past 9:00am. I had met a very nice couple (Betty and Chris) from Melbourne at breakfast and as they were headed in the same direction, we went to catch the ...
The Cinque Terre consists of 5 small towns that are joined by hiking trails all along the water, built into the mountain sides. The entire area is considered a national treasure, traffic free (but not tourist free)!! In feudal times these towns were watched over by castles as pirates in the 1400's were a problem. Vineyards are carved into the mountain sides and the economy was based on that and fishing until tourism took over. From where I am staying you can get to the Cinque ...
... English so I'm not sure). As soon as he was out of sight she was off, and with a twinkle in her eye! Man those neat pins of hers could move! I was quite concerned and as I turned in my chair I noticed that she had got to the middle of the piazza, turned in a circle confused, and stopped. I moved, considering whether to offer to help her back to the table but at the same time a man had been watching her, and my reactions too. He gestured with a nodd and a wave to me, held her by ...
... its depths through some very crooked staircases cutting through some jagged buildings, but the whole town juts out into the water, with a small castle overlooking it from one of the highest points. A small harbor area with a beach probably not more than 100 feet across was strewn with people (in one too many Speedos). Overlooking the beach area, we went into a modest gelato shop for a rejuvenating treat. Nothing like some good strawberry and chocolate ...