BEST WESTERN Raffaelli Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... mission was accomplished! The plug was 3 euros, and I checked that it worked before buying it. There was a big street market, so I wandered through it, bought ham, cheese, the tastiest tomatoes, and bread. Took it all back home to my balcony for a picnic, in between showers of rain. A walk this afternoon to the cemetery, which has probably the best view of all. Lots of photos. And the start of my Journey Blog. As you can see, I am already rediscovering peace, calm, time, and just ...
... 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 ...
... good photo opportunities and it was quiet OK. The village itself is compact and has some fabulous views of the coast and the other villages. Like most of them it has the standard church, old fortifications and piazza. We found a nice little place for lunch, sitting in the shade of a large tree in a little square. It was fairly simple, just panini with ham ...
... cinque Terre train (the only other way of getting between the villages) and went to see the second village, Manarola. This one didn't have a beach as such but it did have some of the prettiest views. We walked a few hundred metres up a hill to take the beautiful postcard looking photos of the colourful village. We were both pretty tired so we decided to take a few photos and head home for a rest. We got some fresh pesto gnocchi for dinner and watched the ...
... again - cinque means five, five villages makes the cinque terre. What a beautiful place this is. I chose it because I wanted to be somewhere authentic, whilst i knew it would be touristy, its not so much you couldn't speak a little italiano. I found my dream here. I have four nights here,some may say that's more than enough. But day 3 and I'm only just starting to learn what is on offer. My first day was mainly travel from amsterdam to pisa, ...