Hotel Due Mari
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... was an easy morning of travel into Italy. The second we crossed the border, we knew we were not in Kansas anymore. :) The buildings and Italian landscapes were very much what we had been imagining. Arriving at the Sestri Levante train station, it was a very short walk to our hotel. Our room greeted us with a lovely sea view room with balcony and a bottle of Italian Prosecco. Little did we know ...
Went further east, and then south, high up on the Autostrade – with lovely views, skipping around Genoa, and calling in for a look around Portofino which was very nice – unfortunately no parking so we couldn’t stop
We wanted to walk the Cinque Terra - 5 coastal villages linked with paths. There had been a ...
... for a while as rain and thunder was threatening to sabotage it. But in the end our ride went off mostly interrupted by the elements. Soon after returning our bikes, however, the rain began to fall and by the time we reached the town wall it was bucketing down. Unfortunately, from the town wall we had a fifteen-minute walk to the campervan and we walked the whole way in pouring rain with thunder cracking around us. We had two small umbrellas, one adult and one child ...
Day 4 - Part 2
After we crossed the italian border there is not much to add - from ther border to San Remo traffic was absolutly impossible and we simply had to take the motorway. We left in Genova crossed the city and headed for Sestri Levante hoping to find a nice little town to stop and have lunch. But we found not many restaurants by the road were open, there wasn't a single parking place - most towns lacked live (cars parked ...
... towers here. If you want to visit them just a fact - they close at 7 pm.
Monterosso Al Mare
Well this is the most "modern" village. There are no old and tiny houses here, it's looks like nowadays lol. No feeling of that "I'm in a fairy tale". But there is a sandy beach here, when you can have a swim and get good tan. In other villages you can have a swim too, but there is no sand there, only rocks (except for Vernazza, there is a tiny part ...