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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of muesli with homemade yoghurt and bread with home made jams . Lelia joined us at the table and we sat about drinking copious cups of tea as we chatted about Tuscan life .
After breakfast we set out with cameras , runners and backpack to explore the next village - Guigliano . We had not gone far - 50 metres and we came across our first find - an apple tree laden with fruit ready to be eaten . Like naughty children we picked 1 each and stored ...
... made of white wine, lemon, garlic, and parsley. In my experience, the Italians are at their height of culinary when they use just a handful of high quality ingredients, allowing for the individual ingredients to sing out in harmony and be noticed for their own merits, rather than be drowned in a menagerie of sub par ingredients competing with each other.
The main course was a platter of prawns, boiled ...
... December and January, so as we arrived in Corniglia at about 12:30 wanting lunch, very little was open and to the boys disappointment, we could not find any gelati. We did find somewhere selling focaccia, but after looking at the map we could not be sure that we could get to the next town and be in time for the train and I didn't fancy a 2hr wait for the next one. We headed for Corniglia station which is quite a way out of ...
Up early on Monday morning and off to the Cingue Terre National Park. This was about an hour and a half drive north of us. We drove to Levanto and left the car at the train station. There are five villages spaced one of two km apart on the coast – Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. We bought a train ticket at Levanto which gives all day access to the trains and buses (€10) and caught a ...
... phone in broken English informing us that we were to pick up a key to our apartments from the tavern by the station. Standing there in the dark and rain we had a choice of three restaurants to chose from, we wandered directly into the first and uncertainly asked if they had a key for us, they did indeed and we headed off to three different rooms in three different parts of the town agreeing a time and place to have dinner. Caitlin and I were lodged in ...