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Small and not luxurious, but definitely a great location. Breakfast is looking out over the beach across the street. Great access to restaurants and the trails for hiking too.
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... ask to see it. They seemed to mostly be looking at the passengers, rather than checking them, possibly looking for migrants.
The guy seated across from me asked the Conductor a question when he checked tickets, and I gathered with my limited Italian that he would be taking the same train from Milan to La Spezia. He was asking about the rail strike that was scheduled today, but I wasn’t able to understand all the details. I went out to the Foyer to ...
Walking Italy's Cinque Terre was not going to be easy, but I was keen for exploring something that was not a metropolis. I also hadn't been by a large body of water in a while and found myself missing the ocean. The Mediterranean was a welcome companion on the walk and the weather was perfect as it had been on this entire trip (minus Miami) After planning to stretch the day out so that we would be in the last of the 5 towns ...
... and platform hunters. Whilst waiting we did met some fellow travellers from Christchurch. We are finding other travellers very friendly and helpful. I guess we are all in the same boat. Just want to get to where we are going.
It was worth the hassle. This place is the coolest. Has the most amazing lemon trees growing everywhere. Lemons twice the size of NZ ones. Its like a summer resort built in ...
... reached Portofino around 10.30am. We had planned to walk part of the way to Portofino, but time didn't allow.
Portofino is just magical. You can see why it's a playground for the rich and famous …and us!! :-) After having a cuppa (and using the bathroom in the restaurant), we strolled around the village and then walked up more steps (about 20 minutes worth) to see the views from Castello Brown, once the holiday home of the Mumm family (of champagne fame ...
... too. It wasn't on the website but when we got to the gates this morning it looked like it had been closed for a while. Yesterday the trains were delayed by up to 2 hours so with some trepidation we lined up with hundreds of others for the train to Manarola. Thankfully it was only 20 minutes late as I don't think anymore people could have squeezed onto the platform yet alone the train. Four minutes and we disembarked at Manarola. Entry to the town is via a long tunnel that ...