Hotel Relais Al Convento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the toilet so I don't know if someone sat in there the whole trip or if it was locked by the train company. The toilets in these trains are not supposed to be used in the stations as they empty straight onto the track and you can see it rushing by under you, as I had on the train from Terino to Como a few days earlier.
Anita was bearing up well at first and putting on a brave face and making jokes. As the trip wore on and the unairconditioned section we were in got hotter ...
... town where we are straying and found our way to a restaurant our hotel recommended to us. We shared a margarita pizza which was not only delicious, but so cheap at 5€. I also had a plate of grilled vegetables and Pudd had tirimisu for desert, one of his favourite things. Pudd is tired and wanted to come back to the room. I'm less tired but might see how I go at an early night. If I fall asleep early I will wake early - very early which is not something i ...
... views. The hide of some people though, one lady, almost last to get on tried to sit in front of us. Ken soon sent her packing as she was trying to sit in an area reserved for crew activities.
Sadly our day was nearing its end. Another fantastic day, more fantastic scenery and more fantastic memories created. Fantastic!
Italian Riviera...we love ya !!
Gelati on the walk home made the day perfecto.
... eating at the same small trattoria two nights in a row here in Italy. The staff remembers you, despite the hundreds of tourists they see each day, and they start to treat you like family almost immediately. It's a wonderful feeling, and something that is truly at the heart of hospitality! This time, we went for a liter of house white wine, which was delicious, along with an antipasto of fried bread and salumi, followed by spaghettini with prosciutto cotto (cooked ham), ...
... are more palm trees and it looks more relaxing and laid back, not quite as touristy. There is a lot more flat land farming/horticulture. The train ride was pleasant, passing through some very pretty towns, but also a lot of industrial areas. It was nice to see some homes with single dwellings and a bit of land.
Our train stopped for us in a city called La Spezia. We were to catch a local train to the Cinque Terre, however our train wasn't running, so we caught a taxi through ...