Country Suite Hotel Il Rappo d'Oro
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... left to dry indoors and then hand sorted to include only the best fruit (at 155 Euro a bottle, we weren't drinking it). Olive trees grown here are renowned for excellent extra virgin olive oil. Cinque Terre landscape is harsh and wild and the coast reflects this nature. High cliffs reaching down hide minute shingle beaches - painful on bare feet – but the water is "very refreshing".
The Cinque Terre (Five Villages):
Off to Pisa to the field of miracles for a lunch stop and to find a tower, a box ticker for Carol and Wynne. The flat lands close to the sea that are home to Pisa make tower spotting easy, we knew where we were headed. A beautiful sunny day made sure the marble bell tower, cathedral and ...
... outlooks on the joys (and challenges) of traveling. The gondola ride in Venice was a perfect example. I think we enjoyed it more than anyone else in the group. We were laughing at how it was a bit cheesy, especially when we thought the ride was just going to be a few hundred meters down the Grand Canal and back. We have yet to see how we handle adversity, but so far so good. Second, I realized air conditioning is more important to me than I ...
... One small initiative set up between the five villages was to collect a small round pendant at each village, designed by a local artist, which had that villages name set around it.
Called 'step by step' it commemorated your visit, you get a stamp on a passport as you buy each pendant, in either bronze or silver, which are added to a necklace as you move along , and together look pretty cool.
The poor girls must have been sick of me dragging them ...
I wanted to get another Polaroid shot looking up at the village so we headed down to the harbour for that.
It was so hard to not dive in the pristine blue water.... We
were on limited time as we had to check out by 10. It got to about
9.30... We were so sad!!! We walked back up the Main Street looking at
the shops one last time. We got a souvenir and a postcard before heading
back up to get our luggage and be on our way. We got back there at