Hotel Giulio Cesare
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... supplies for the woman, who Wok reckons is only allowed in when the place needs a clean-up! All we can surmise is that it's a sort of boy's club, where the men meet to have a chat and a glass of wine. It probably has no more to do with the castle than the fact that it's in the close neighbourhood! We've been frequenting Nettuno's Pizza when we've eaten out, so for our last night we planned to go there. It's a family run business, the ...
... an aerial view. We had taken an hour and fifty minutes to do the walk. Our reward was our picnic lunch beside the harbour, watching people cool off with a swim after their hike, and enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of the tiny town. Then we had a little wander and chose one of the many cafe/bars in the street to further reward ourselves with a beer for Wok, and coffee and cake for me. I think everyone else had chosen gelato as their ...
... but nevertheless there were a few hardy souls there this arvo. There is a more attractive public beach a couple of minutes' walk away, so if we swim, I think that is where we'll be going. Our appartment is quite comfortable. It has a full kitchen which is concealed behind concertina doors, with a fridge , microwave, gas cooktop and dishwasher. It seems a bit strange to have a full-sized dishwasher and only 2 or 3 of any dishes. So it would be a very small ...
... without the crowd. Our gracious hotel owner Cristiano, suggested a restaurant called Nettuno for dinner. It was great and l have to say for the first time ever Phil couldn't finish his pizza of tomato sauce, fresh prosciutto, rocket and Gorgonzola and Parmesan cheese. It was a flavour explosion. It cost us 44 euros for a main meal each, 1/2 litre of wine and a sprite. Might go back there ...
... for people to go in and ask for directions, and clearly they had. In a large handwritten sign you could see as soon as you walked in, he had written Cinque Terre, WC, Tickets and big arrows next to each line where you could find these places. He also wrote NO Information here as well as NO Karaoke (random). Bless the poor soul who dared ask him for help. The hour went by quickly and before we knew it the train had arrived. The trip to Monterosso only took about ...