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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... her grandparents lived their entire lives. She told us about her 87 year old grandfather who smoked 3 packs of cigarettes a day, climbed 96 stairs to his house each day and lived it up. If you could see this apartment you would be impressed that an 87 year old man could handle these steps and intense city. Hell, you should be impressed I can do it, much less him…but I digress.
Our apartment is split between 3 levels and about 96 stairs. ...
... that it is now very much off-season here. All campsites appear to be closed. This afternoon was meant to be a walk along a promenade in the sun, looking out over beautiful beaches to the blue Med. Fat chance. Raining, slogging along a busy road, couldn't see a beach or the sea. Arrived as light was fading completely.
But a lovely little hotel - more like a guesthouse really. Couldn't grumble about tonight's pizza and carafe either. Nae bad.
Arrived in Riomaggiori, apartment up a bunch of steep stairs right above a bar. All good until 1 am when they were still partying below. Aside from that a really charming place on the italian riviera. Crystal clear/blue water of the Mediterranean. We snorkeled, hiked, ate good food and lounged on the ...
... the steep landscape right up to the cliffs that overlook to sea. It is a National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Unfortunately in October 2011 there were floods in the area and this affected all villages especially Vernazza and Monterosso. There is a 9km path that runs along cliff edge from Riomaggiore (the first village on from La Spezia) ...
... and caught the train one town north and started again. After exploring the village we found the walking trail north, but again were foiled by fencing declaring the track to the next town closed due to landslides. In the fourth town we noticed the whole main street and many of the ground floor shops had been gutted and were being rebuilt or repaired. We finally found a sign that told us that heavy rain in October 2011 flooded the area. The floods ...