Hotel & Restaurant Diana
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so we hired bikes and had a magic experience riding right around on the top of the city wall. Yes you heard right...we got Ethan on a bike! What an experience. Utterly glorious and a super way to see the buildings and secret gardens. Left late afternoon. Cooked our own dinner ...
I was so sad to leave Rome and it's layers of history and delicious food:( Our plan was to leave early, drive to the Cinque Terre via Pisa. Well, we didn't leave that early and our trip routed us through Milan (traffic was ok) and then through Firenze. I saw a bag there that I passed up and Taylor was kind enough to drive me back in to barter a lower price. Even though I played it cool the owner wouldn't meet my lowest price so no new bag for ...
Guiseppe, our B & B host, tells us there are 700 restaurants within a half mile radius of our location. Think about that for a minute. We learn on our own there are about 7000 places to shop! I'm estimating to make a point, but may not be too far off. Oh, the leather: purses, coats, shoes, belts. A shopper's paradise. Or nightmare, for those who either can't make a quick decision or don't have enough free luggage space. Regretfully, I fall into both ...
... After the inevitable tantrums of who beat who and several 'not fair' games the rest of the day is spent snoozing, playing games and the odd cool off in the pool. My continental streak of bearing all in the pool creates havoc in any one under 13 so I have to promise to behave! I sneak off at one point to provide pizza bases and toppings while the men light fire! We then manage passable pizzas in the wood,burning pizza oven, far too much as ...
... shuttle to the docks where a boat was waiting to take us and others to Monterosso, the far north town of the Cinque Terre (five lands). From the north: Monterosso, then Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and then Romaggiore. The ride was cool and wet at times because of the overcast skies but once we found a perch on top we were comfortable and took plenty of pics. We ate lunch at a seafood restaurante that ...