Hotel Relais Al Convento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of this place started to emerge or maybe it's the Limoncello again ? Garry was feeling very comfortable so we decided to stay here and eat ,the last train was just before midnight.He commented maybe we should gave stayed in one of the villages but as to him said you have to mix it up otherwise the cost gets outta control! We had an antipasto plate and pancakes was delicious ...
So today we slept in and woke up to the wonderful noise of the ocean. It was quite romantic if I do say so. My number one goal for the day was to lay on a beach and do nothing! After Paris my feet needed a rest and this was the one place we would actually be able to rest. First we set out to get groceries or some sort of food. We took like 2 steps out our door and bam! We were in the town circle thing and then 2 more and bam! We walked the whole town. The town was small and cute ...
... looked to be in for a great night. We hopd off the train and called into a vine bar near the train station where we soon became attached to a group of women from Sweden who were here to celebrate one of the party's 60th birthday. They introduced me to Jeigermeister - mmmm....quite nice, and invited us to the actual party on October 14th. Offering free accommodation and meals. Pity we can't take them u.p on it. The earliest night of our trip. Home by 8.15pm and feeling very ...
Step. Plural. We have climbed step after step after step. Shallow steps. Steep steps. Narrow steps and wide steps. You name it. We have climbed it. And boy, have we climbed.
Cinque Terre comprises five villages. We're staying in Monterosso which is at one end of Cinque Terre. There are walking tracks between all the villages along this beautiful part of the Italian Riviera. Unfortunately bad weather last year caused landslides and one of ...
... Vernazza. As with all the towns, it had the typical pastel-colored buildings and quaint streets that are so common in this region. This town was hit the hardest during the flooding in October 2011; photos posted by the train station showed the extent of the devastation. It looked absolutely horrendous; everything had to be rebuilt. Working non-stop through the winter (when they normally rest after the jam-packed summer), they residents banded together ...