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... exploring the property we agreed that it was a perfect place - beautiful views, lovely ambiance, lots of space and privacy. We found this place on VRBO and would recommend to anyone.
Pat's business associate and good friends from Zurich, James and Jenny Dees, joined us later in the afternoon and planned on spending a couple of nights with us. A lovely couple and we all enjoyed their ...
... the trails were closed, we didn’t have to pay the 6 euro entry fee onto the trail, but I had to pay whatever the going rate for my wife’s anxiety is. Soon, we ran into some people coming from the other direction, and Lizzie asked them whether they had turned back because the trail was impassable or if they were coming from Vernazza. Vernazza! They responded. The trail is passable, we must continue on!
Less anxious now, we trudged on ahead, up the uneven stairs of ...
... out flood waters full of mud and rocks.
The drizzle later turned into thunderstorms and the rain was quite heavy. Our hotel lost power several times, but was never out for very long. Looked out window and appeared whole village lost power at same time. We met two couples who walked from the train station (15 minutes) with their luggage in the down pour and used their cell phone as a flashlight to find their way during the power ...
... textiles and is Turkish, in his 60s which renders the sets of scuba kit and waterskis which I have just carried out of the rain and in to the ‘garage’ completely pointless. He has only used the boat for 2 days so far this year! Apparently he is considering buying a sailing yacht and doing the Pacific Islands in a couple of years. I had a Turkish Gulet flashback and I can only pray that he doesn’t run in to Paschale over the summer! (Sound effect - those Gregorian ...
... and Talia didn't even empty the dishwasher - welcome to my world!
I had already called Mum for Mother's Day which was nice - Happy Mother's Day Mum! xx
Riomaggiore is a large town. It is very steep and those living here would have to walk up a lot of stairs to get to their houses. This could be a problem if you booked to stay here too. We found a quiet spot to sit in the sun and take in the magical views.