Hotel Club i Pini
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... then continued biking around the wall for a couple of hours. By this time the wall was busier than Bourke Street. Family groups strolled about with children on scooters and dogs in tow and it was a challenge not to run anyone over.
At the end of the day we returned to the apartment where we decided we could afford to forgo a dinner out .
Early evening greeted us with another ...
... we boarded the train the sun had come out, but the sea was still really choppy.
Monterosso is the only village that has a sandy beach and it was packed, even though the sea was still choppy some people were the water. We walked along the board walk and all the restaurants were full, so we decided to walk one block from the sea and sure enough there was a restaurant that had just opened and we were their first customer. We ordered pizza which was delicious, but since we ...
... small sample is all that is required! There is a rocky outcrop near the jetty and the adrenaline junkies were jumping off this into the sea, it was quite dangerous and took reasonable courage/stupidity to achieve.
Monterosso was the last port we visited. This village was first inhabited in the 7th century until it was captured by Genoa. It has 2000 inhabitants but recently the tourist industry has overwhelmed the agricultural business. We went for a walk through ...
... place! The beautiful clear blue water, and the colourful houses/buildings built right on the rocky cliffs over looking the Mediterranean. Here at La Spezia we boarded a cruiser boat which took us into the 5 ports of the villages along this coastline. It was cool on the water and a very pleasant ride . The engineering to build all those houses on the cliffs like that... Amazing!
We stopped for lunch at Monterosso, the farthest Village. Haydn and ...
... this area as a possible day tour. We had planned to go somewhere else after Florence but the accommodation wasn't available so we chose La Spezia. And we are glad we did.
We were met at the station by the owner and her gorgeous 12 year old daughter. The young girl served as interpreter as mum didn't speak much English. Then they took Tim and I in the car to show us where the bus stop, supermarket, tourist centre and foreshore ...