Hotel & Restaurant Diana
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- Continental Breakfast
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19th August: We didn't rush in the morning as we were a little weary from tramping all over Venice so we left around 9am then got groceries and started our trek across Italy to Cinque Terre which the GPS said would take four hours. If we didn't take the motorway it said eight hours so it was motorway all the way. It was a good day to travel as the rain was persisting down. It turned out to be a much longer day than we all anticipated as when we got north of Cinque Terre ...
... the town where it was etc. but I must say nothing has really changed. My aunty and uncle looked the same. Such beautiful people. We then all went to the bar for a coffee walked around the town to the cemetery to see my grandparents, Aunty and uncles grave site. It was absolutely fantastic to see them again. Tonight we had a salad for dinner. It was so good. I haven't had a salad for nearly 12 days!!!! We loved ...
It's Sunday 28th September and I've had 10 wonderful days at Manarola. Friday was a specially lovely day!! STACK (Sophie, Tim, Adam, Cathy, Kate) had given me a luxury boat trip/lunch with Angelo's Boat Tours, for my 60th birthday. It was a fabulous experience. Angelo the Captain took us out from Monterosso, on the most perfect sunny, calm day. Drinking prosecco while viewing the towns, terraced vineyards and rock formations from the water was wonderful, and guide Alessandro ...
We haven't done heaps over the last couple of days, so I thought I'd just do one blog entry to keep everyone up-to-date. The Cinque Terre - or 'Five Lands' - is a region of the Ligurian Coast in Northern Italy. It consists of five small fishing villages (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore) that stretch between the two larger cities of Levanto to the west and La Spezia to the east. The villages of the Cinque Terre hug the rugged terrain of the ...
... literally 4 inches thick, served very rare. That's OK with me as I prefer my steak a bit on the rare side, but the quantity was ridiculous. As we contemplate leaving Florence, we agree we would return for shopping (with a completely empty suitcase in tow) and the museums we missed, but we're kind of excited to get out of the cities and explore Cinque Terre. It would be interesting to know how many miles we logged on foot. We walked it thoroughly end to ...