Hotel Relais Al Convento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It's the only one with a real beach. We walked down to the water and Taylor swan while I took pictures and hung out. It's hard to walk there because the beach isn't sand, just different sized pebbles so it's not very soft to walk on. It's pretty though. And the water is BLUE...actually, more turquoise. The sun goes down earlier in Italy and we had to be back to catch our shuttle by 10 so we decided to walk around, do some looking, shopping ...
... follow the train on Google Maps. It was a nice handy app to see where we were going. I checked again to see if we were pulling into La Spezia. I saw we were and put it in my pants pocket instead of back in the pouch I had hanging around my neck. I figured we were safe. That was the last know sighting of my iPhone!!
We got tickets and boarded the train to Manarola. It was crowded and I was only paying attention to my camera and our luggage. At the stop before ...
... layers of elasterplaster was still rubbing badly. Both Suz and Alana's legs were aching so badly that the only thing that would cure them was Gelato ice cream. So I pushed on ahead yelling yes I can see one just ahead, but of course there wasn't and that game soon died a natural death. Finally the Gelato shop was ahead and we pulled in for the best Gelato in Rome, well that's what the sign said, and it was pretty good too. We finally made it ...
... My silence for the 4 hour journey to Milan probably did the job. I didnt trust myself to speak. She was also driving a borrowed car so we had to stop 3 times to sort out the water levels. Talk about giving woman drivers a bad name. dont you check these things before a long journey? no? just me then.... Michaels words sum it up. 'It was a **** ride share'. Also turns out that we prob could have got a train from Geneva and been at our destination a quicker and better route ...
... down the slippery steps and under the train trestle to the stone quay. Several of us opted for the quay.
With all the boats and nets you'd think this was a fishing village or something. It was so, so cute! We all scattered like roaches in the light to peer into the sea from some incredibly precarious stone cliffs. We only had about 10 minutes because we had so much to see today, so we all scurried back to the village center and made ...