- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Italy! Have found the hotel where I'm staying next time when Brittany meets me for 4 days, there's a pizzeria next door, a bar across the road and failing all of that the basilica is across the piazza, should be able to manage I think. Cobbled pedestrian streets, not busy but still earlyish, 11am, mostly tourists by the large nos in groups - I'll avoid that where I can. Although I've had very little sleep in the last 3 days or so, it ...
... There is so much history here as it was a known place to be attacked by nearby pirates. There was only one narrow entrance to the village in order to guard it and keep it as safe as possible. Once inside, it opens up with a beautiful view of the Mediterranean, the nearby towns lit up, and small restaurants and cafes lining the facade of the town. During the summer they have a huge "fish fry". They use a large skillet, for lack of a better word, that must be ...
... a wonderful restaurant. We liked it so much we went back the next day for lunch and dinner. The pesto is specific to Genoa and this restaurant had such yummy pesto! And the tagliatelle was so tender... Does it sound like we r taking an eating tour of Europe? : ...
... way there and the train guard kicked us off the effing train. TOOL. Even though brent got off at one station and ran to verify it. Stupid system) which is the furthest fishing town in the heritage listed area. We walked the first town to Manarola on the coastal walk which is an easy walk along the coast. Half an hour laster we came to the blocked off town as there were floods last year and therefore the walks are closed from the other 3 towns in the middle.
... courtesy bus to take us to the camp site which turns up quite quickly (5 minutes - I come). The camp site is 3km from town (which we did know) along a fairly narrow road (which we feared). We checked in and were taken to our pitch which was near the end of the campground, up hill on a small terrace. The ground was either long grass/weeds on fine gravel or bigger gravillons. We find a small area that has been used by another tent in the recent past and ...