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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... the accompanying picture). It is not irreparable but one wonders whether it is worth it. To me and the affection I have for The Flash if I was hanging around I would fix it. I was devastated when it happened, it was like causing an injury to a good friend, but like a good friend The Flash holds no grudges and continues to perform his duties in an outstanding manner.
Scuba diving day! Off to Levanto, just up the coast from the Cinque Terre villages to meet Dario di Ferrari of the Punta Mesca Diving Centre, very enthusiastic lovely chap, who he said had too many bosses, wife and daughter to name two!
After a slightly harried half an hour trying to get too many sweaty boys into full wet suits off we went. The five of us, two Italians and three instructors out into a bay in the ...
... off on an adventure.
I really do enjoy solitude at times, so it was a great gift to find that there were so few people on the trail this Sunday morning. Albert Einstein once said that "The individual who has experienced solitude will not easily become a victim of mass suggestion." I like to think that might be true about myself. Of course, others may have a different viewpoint but why should I care since "mass suggestion" does ...
... br> Dinner was a hoot and a half. We were at a table of 10 people with assigned seating. They put Tim and I on opposite sides of the table, they must have heard how rowdy we could get together. Bobby, the cruisedirector, is delightful. He is from Texas and wanted us to all feel like Texans, so of course we did shots of Tequila, isn’t that what everyone does? I had Uwe on ...
... to what we had been doing. The "Lovers Lane" - where "Lovers" leave a lock to "seal" their love is really lame and corney, no self respecting NZer would ever subject themselves to it. Riomaggiore was nice but we liked Manarola more, so we walked back for a swim. It was sooooo good. After dinner it was back up to the balcony for another amazing sunset.
In the morning we took the opposite route over to Vernazza, the next village of the Chinque Terre in ...