- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We set off for Riomaggiore. It happens that path we can see from our balcony leads to Corniglia not Riomaggiore.
Due to Via Della Amore being closed, we had to walk inland. Had difficulty locating the correct path. Fortunately we came across a local in the car park who couldn’t speak a word of English but thankfully with my limited Italian he was able to provide us with clear directions of how to get there. Up the ...
... a sight to look up in the sky and see a full forest of trees sprouting from the top of the highest point in the city. Traveling towards the coast, we passed he region where carrara marble originates. The autostrada was lined with various marble firms that vast yards filled with Carrara "on the hoof". It won't fit in our luggage so we won't be bringing any of that home. We arrived in the protected parklands of La Cinque Terre. This regions of the coastline boasts a collection of ...
Cinque Terre, when I arrived it was so incredibly hot!!! I didn't do much for the afternoon. Full day arrived and got up to start the trek from Corniglia (3rd town and where I stayed) to 4th town Vernanza (4th town) took about an hour through bush and along the coast. Got some great views looking back and was a bit of an intense walk up hill and very jagged rock walkway, that got extremely slim in places. Vernanza was a cute wee town, which was ...
Hello! it's been a while since we've had wifi..and this might be the last time we have it on the trip, but some updates: 1. Strasbourg was really nice. Our friend Celine met us at the train station and showed us around. She has family in Strasbourg that she visits over the summers, so she was a most excellent tour guide. The buikdings looked German but the food was French. Strasbourg is riiiight on the border on France and Germany so they have some neat history. Fun fact: ...
... leave Verona at 8.00 am, early enough we think, for the two and a half hour drive from our hotel in Verona to La Spezia station where we will meet Paolo (at 11.00 am but no later than 11.30 am) to catch a local train north up the coast to Vernazza.
One would think that driving on an Autostrade on a Saturday morning wouldn't be an issue, but I forgot we were in Italy!
We screech to a halt at 11.20 am outside the station at ...