Grand Hotel Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with our luggage through the lengthy
pedestrian tunnel, down the 100 stairs to our new neighborhood by the sea and
back up 30 steep stairs to our second floor apartment with an amazing view. We
both agree we need to rid ourselves of more weight.
Paulo gave us a valuable orientation to the village and the region.
After unpacking, resting we climbed the steep hill to ...
... was equally as odd as coming up and in places felt flat and in others felt steep.
Afterwards we got on the road again to head north to Cinque Terre which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of five little coastal towns which you can only get to by train or boat. We slowly left the Tuscan landscapes behind and hit the coastal road. The Marina di Massa is just how it sounds – a massive coastal road that is all beach clubs, restaurants, bars ...
... a highly testosteroned little male dog that was fighting and biting his master's shoes. We have learned that it is cheaper to fly to Italy, buy postcards, and take them home rather than send them from Italy, but never fear, we will still send a few cards from this lovely country! The sunset was great tonight, on this, the sixth of May, which is the birthday of a great man of Norwegian and other European descent. Buona ...
... I tell you, computers are great when they are
working well but when they start to go bad…Ahhhh!! It had to do with the NAB
and we needed to phone them up…hopefully all that is fine now too. Working on
the computer tonight as I’m writing …it does seem that there are a lot of
differences to yesterday…I don’t know if it’s just my imagination…I just hope
all stays working properly.
As I said…Mary stayed home ...
... that was so heavy Mary couldnt eat it... Well let me tell you that that panini stayed stuck in my throat until the next day…didn’t even want to have dinner that night. Not that it tasted that bad …it was just heavy and …Blah!!!
We made our way back to Brunella…still feeling a little flat and sat, drank, computered and read . I made some very tasty scrambled eggs and chips for Mary (which were yummy and way healthier than the panini, ...