Hotel 5 Terre
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The staff are very friendly and helpful, and the hotel is easy to find by car (a big plus for us). Also the free car parking is a major plus for the location.
The rooms are pleasant and comfortable, although the mattress on the bed may be getting a little tired.
Wifi is restricted to the ground floor and garden but this is not a major problem.
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We left Siena shortly after breakfast and headed onto the highway. We had already decided to give Pisa a miss, as we were only interested in the Leaning Tower and the adjoining Duomo. The traffic was pretty stop start for a lot of the way due to incidents and accidents along the way so we were glad to hit the narrow winding road that leads to the 5 …
... brushetta, seafood mix of anchovies (lemon and salted), salmon brushetta, octopus and mussels. Mason chowed down on the octopus!!! We also had caprese salad, a green salad and french fries, plus white wine for a change. We walked back along the Mediterranean, stopping for the obligatory gelato-- tonights flavors: mint and mango. We do not have wifi in the room, so are in the hotel eating area journaling, blogging and prepping for tomorrow. Goodnight from the ...
Today we visited the incredibly scenic Cinque Terra region, on the coast to the north of Lucca. Cinque Terra means "five lands", and is named after the five villages embedded in the rocky coastline here. We think this is the tenth UNESCO World Heritage site we have visited on our trip so far! The land is very steep, and the villages are virtually built into the cliffs around small inlets spaced along the coast. Land is at a premium, so the small gaps ...
... Manarola. The path between these two towns consists of a wide, paved path full of slow tourists taking pictures, elderly, and couples clearly on a romantic getaway (so much PDA!). I knew the entire hike was going to be long, so I made quick time zipping around slow walkers. I’d say this “hike” took about 20 minutes. I was feeling quite duped at this point as to how much of an adventure this was going to be…
Town 2: Manarola. This town ...
Few foreigners, very Italian!
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