Grande Albergo Sestri Levante
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... put the metal grill over the coals and set to work barbecuing the sausages. A few split sausages later we added the onion and capsicum, and after an hour since the potatoes had gone in, dinner was ready. The potatoes were absolutely perfect - browned and crispy on the outside, soft in the middle, and that smokey flavour you only get with a fire, just gorgeous. The vegetables were pretty nice as well, the capsicum had roasted up nicely in spots, but ...
... own way and sleep on the beach, forking out nothing in the process. Upon seeing me, do I think that people would have thought, "Cool, good for him for doing it his way and a neat way of keeping the budget in check too. May his journey be a successful one"? No, I don't. They would have thought, "Look at this scumbag, how dare he commit vagrancy in a place where myself and other wannabe Managing Directors bring our gold-digging ***** wives in some vein effort to appear ...
... Unfortunately when the boat arrived we were told that it had been cancelled due to the sea being too rough so instead we had a wander around and found a place to have lunch which was even better as they had London Pride on tap, my first taste of bitter since we left the UK.
They paint a lot of their buildings to look like real stone with fancy stonework around the windows. ...
... crops up and down the steep slopes of their terraces. When Violet said "You know what this makes me think of?", and one of them responded "Indiana Jones", we knew we'd found our buddies.
At this point, the group was given a choice: we could either take a five-minutes train ride to the next city, or we could hike the old goat trail. Violet was leaning towards the train ride, but I batted my eyes and suggested the hike. I mean that's why ...
... views of the previous costal towns behind us. Our legs were sore and shaky as we finished the two hour hike into the village of Vernazza. Vernazza was similar to the previous towns, built up on rocks with colorful buildings, tourist shops and restaurants. We took a short break to eat an apple and a granola bar and make our way to the final town of Monterosso.
The final hike was even more challenging than the previous trail. The steps ...