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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... of this walled hill town came into view .Much of the population was wiped out by the plague in 1348. The town sits high on a hill top with intact medieval streetscapes surrounded by an enchanting rural setting .Today swarms of Tourists can be found devouring gelati,souvenir hunting and exploring the the town life .To flaunt their power and wealth the families built a tower taller than their ...
... that is open is the path between Monterosso and Vernazza (update: just read that the trail between Vernazza and Corniglia is now open). To go on any of the walking trails in the Cinque Terre National Park you need a pass - which you pay for of course. We just got the Cinque Terre Treno Card for 2 days that covers all the trails and unlimited train travel in the Cinque Terre and including La Spezia and Levanto. It isn't the cheapest option but it was easiest one. So what have ...
The flight from Gatwick was easy, and I managed to get both our passports stamped in Italy (coming from another EU country they normally don't). Then we bought tickets for the bus to Pisa and... It dropped us off an hour away in Florence. Since we had to be there the next morning for an appointment I had to check out my fav grad school it wasn't too bad, but there were definitely around ...
... know you have the full power of Mr. Barry Obama behind you and no doubt factor that into decisions like club lines... So we were hungover. Are hungover. I also made the guys walk to the other side of Firenze to see a museum that we inevitably decided had too long of a line. We chalked this and a few other things up to 80+ items. That is, things we'll do when we are 80 or older. After our useless walk across Firenze, it was time to take the train ...
Blog entry by Katie:
Mum and I were expecting Pisa to be a dumpyard due to the negativity the Florentinians had expressed towards it. I expected that the only people there would be old fogeys with Harry High Pants. I was wrong. The only old people there were either hooning around on a scooter or packing their bags to leave to New Jersey. We got there and of course found a lovely shop and got distracted. I bought two items (a shirt and cardigan) and ...