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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Cavi di Lavagna
... we did not get to see any of Genoa on our travels and bus ride except glimpses along the way as the main road out of town went on the outskirts and we got glimpses of the city from afar Our bus took us thru the town of Rapallo and on to the sea side town of Santa Margherita some 35 kilometres South East of Geona. The road took us thru many tunnels some over 1.5 kilometres long . The town of Rapallo had very narrow streets some times I wondered if the bus ...
... and then headed back down the zig zag path to catch the train.
The third village was Manarola. This was my favourite village of the day. The houses were well kept and the harbour was busy and full of people enjoying the sunny day and the beautiful clear water. There were many boats in the street and we wondered how they got them into the water. Later we saw some men roll a boat down to near the harbour on some wheels and then attach it to a crane type ...
... from the beach. In the evening we explore a little of Cannes and discover that away from the narrow, busy, frantic roads are some quaint historical lanes that lead down to the water front. However these lanes appear to be almost exclusively restaurants which are quite pricey. Walking back to our apartment, we pass a couple of hotels near the waterfront. They do not look anything special but their room tariff start at nearly 500 ...
... in Vernazza right now! Faster than a speeding locomotive we returned to Vernazza. I was so anxious for a Rick Steves sighting; total strangers all started to look like him but alas, no in-person sightings took place that evening, drat! Not spotting Mr. Steves, we hiked back up to our little apartment and blogged until late that night.
The next morning we decide to do the 90-minute hike to Corniglia (pronounced ...
... and sat outside and listen to the waves. The ocean was rough that night, so the incoming waves were crashing on the rocks. It gets pretty chilly at night in the Cinque Terre during September, you need a jacket for the evenings to be comfortable. We took the train from Manarola back into Riomaggiore and settled in for the night. ...