- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... said she wanted to walk the wall, an activity that Phil and Michelle had done the night before. So after having spent all day walking, we walked a further 4.2 kms around the top of the wall, admiring the town below us as dusk descended, and stopping to kiss at every turn in the path. Alita had read that at the north-east (I think) corner of the wall lovers would kiss to cement their love for one another. She didn't know which was the north-east corner, so we kissed at every one. ...
... or Manorola, so we can enjoy the towns in the evening when they're less crowded. That was the only downfall of the place we stayed, was that we had to hike back before sunset every night.
We are looking forward to Alba - to having a car, to driving through the Langhe countryside, and to going to the least tourist-y place on our trip.
Bob's words: "This was a really nice stop on our trip, and ...
... into their lives..unlike bigger, busier, more common towns across the world. I had the feeling of being in a really small and remote part of the world. Very unique.
Day 3, we drove to another further location and had another feeling of the area. The water was vast and the scenes were not so exciting...until we turned a corner and saw a really neat village (like a Cinque Terre village, but it was called Porto Venere). This is where we took a ...
... Terre card does not cover the ferry so we would have to go back to the harbor to get our tickets for the ferry. We also learned that it probably wouldn't make good sense to get the card since we might only be the train one day.
So, back through the tunnel and to the harbor to get our ferry tickets. There was a huge line waiting for the ferry! We attempt to push our way forward to get on the boat only to learn that the crowd we were in was going ...
... Holland America Line. There was Bill from Alberquerque NM and Pat from Devon PA and a host of others. We gave them the slip as they disembarked at Vernazza, Cinque Terre número quattro, following the flags or numbered ping pong bats held in the air by their worthy tour leaders. The skipper on the ferry thought we had been left behind because we were the right demographic. No stickers, no name tags, we'll stay on board, prego! We spent some ...