BEST WESTERN Raffaelli Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... pizza. Really tasty and cheap meal. Drinks and food under 30 Euros. Nice walk back along waterfront with a stop for gelato (yes again!!). I had coconut and mint. Very nice. Brad had rum and raisin and mint. Ate it on our pleasant walk back to hotel. Decided on a night cap in the hotel lobby. Brad had Italian brandy and I had a tea. Very nice way to end a lovely day. Really looking forward to starting the walk ...
... felt like shouting out "look behind you!" it really was funny. We also had to return in the evening to make it to our restaurant booking that we had made on Sunday. This meal turned out to be a real highlight - superb food, in the middle of nowhere, at a price that made Paul smile! The weather really closed in while we were dining, so badly we thought the road might be washed away for our drive home. Fortunately that was not the case, and we drove home ...
... again. I knew how that couple might have felt, by being late and lost, so I spoke in a voice, not quite sotto vocce, but certainly to give the impression I was just talking to my neighbour, but where quite a few others could hear. I said that we should make point of welcoming them back to the family, and not teasing them about being lost."They will feel bad enough with the anxiety of being lost." I heard that message make its way around too. With the ...
... into the town, took pics and then sat at a restaurant right off the harbor and drank birras, spritzers and ate bruschettas! We hadn't psyched ourselves up for a hard walk! This was a much better way to spend a couple of hours watching the waves crashing on to the rocks!
We headed back to the train and made our way to Vernazza. It really looks very nice, just a few signs of the flood a couple of years ago. After ...
... Italian kids with shovels and bags scooping up these sticky, I suppose dead, sea creatures off of the sand and putting them into bags. Not sure what the end use was, but the kids made this look like it was a job they did quite often. You know you are in Italy when one of the sea creature scooping kids picks up a big shovel full and yells to the others, "Mamma mia" and another one is singing Figaro. I'm not kidding around here. ...