Hotel Bristol Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Walking trail is closed!! Think we can spot a bit of a landslide further around the coast. So we head back to the Manarola settlement and decide to hop on the next train and get off at Coniglia and hike on from there to Vernazza. Arriving at Coniglia train station we see that the only way is up! We follow a path, and then a tiered stairway, shedding coats, jumpers, thermals(nearly) as we climb. Beautiful views of coastline and tiered ...
... out since, we now had to take a train to this town. The lady tried giving us directions to the train station. We made it there (so we thought) and bought tickets, but it wouldn't let you pick the location. As we were waiting for the train and trying to figure out what direction we were going to have to go, Matt went to ask a few guys for help, but none of them spoke English. I was getting really worried we were going to get on the wrong train and that's when ...
... where we used to stay. My sister had been to Alassion a few years earlier and told me it didn't look that same at all, but I couldn't just pass without checking it out.
Half an hour after leaving Monterosso it started drizziling. It was very different terrain compared to the previous day. I had come a little inland away from the coast, and I was higher up in a forested area. I was driving slow as the road was quite slippery. Also my read tire is a ...
... they apologized for the weather in Genoa – we could not resist and bought a water colour each to take home a "moment" spent in this special part of Italy.
By now our feet were wet and freezing. We stumbled into one of the few places that were open and ordered hot chocolate all round – hazle-nut, meringue, caramel, so thick one could almost stand our spoon in it! Yumm!!!!
Keith and I had the option of spending another hour in ...
Pisa was crowded! We went into the baptistery (4 euros) To hear the singing. One guy came in,sang one note And because of the acoustics, Was able to sing another note and then another. And there was a major triad harmonizing with himself. Our group thought it was a ripoff. Impressive but we would have preferred to actually hear singing. We wandered around a bit , took some pictures and left for Lucca. Lucca is a quaint ...