- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... his turnoff to the top of the town, necessitating a feat of bus-driving derring-do as he turned the bus around at the foot of the village church! If you climb the Tower of the Candlemakers, you can see the ocean, some of our more athletic tour mates assured us. We did not climb, but meandered past a large arch connecting the tower to the town wall, and through a smaller arch onto a steeply down-winding cobbled street. One of the first things we saw was the White ...
... Davidson ordered a mixed seafood platter that came out with most of it suspended on hooks! We had an amazing home cooked meal over looking the mountains that night back at our BnB. It was very welcome after all the restaurant food. Our second day was our EPIC walking day. Our plan was to trek from the first town in Cinque Terre to the last. Dad Davidson stayed at home as he felt it might be a bit much. We had read that the walk in parts was very strenuous and ...
... care of.
The next morning we walked back to the Marina to board a ship to take us to Cinque Terre. We stayed on board all the way through to Monterosso enjoying the scenery. We had about 1 1/2 hour to take in the local sights before we hopped on another boat to go to Vernazza where we had a good look around and some lunch. Speaking to some German tourists during lunch they were telling us that they walked from Monterosso to ...
... you have a closer inspection you realise the facades are all painted. Fake, not real. A bit like the 'grand daughters' we kept seeing.
We had a coffee at a cafe on the water front and sat people watching for a while. Fascinating. We're glad we saw Portofino but don't quite understand what all the fuss is about.
We spent the night back in Santa Margherita, unfortunately just a single night stay as this town is lovely.
... Trieste Italy a few hours later. Looked over our options to get to Cinque Terra and decided, yes because we are cheap, that what the heck, if we take a night train to Cinque Terra it will save us a room fee for the night and the night train was like half the cost of one that would have got us there during the day. Of course the day train would get us there in about 7 hours instead of our "so fun eventful night train that has four changes and 12 hours in total time". ...