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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... break for the beach we were driving past. At the time, we were all thinking that this can't be the actual way towards Pisa. Moreover, it turned out that our internet (and therefore access to GPS) stops working once you cross the Italian border, so we were flying by the seat of our pants for the rest of this adventure - no map and none of us speak Italian. So, we wound our way along the coastline of the Mediterranean in Genoa for about an hour until we managed to find ...
... spot for taking pictures, so we sat together and had a nice conversation about traveling and meeting people who want to explore just like we do. We got off at the last stop in Montorosso, and decided we needed one more round of drunk ass buckets. We ordered a huge bucket of Sangria for all of us to share and when that was done, it was one drunk ass bucket for each of us. Shannon even ordered another which was very surprising for someone as frugal as herself. We ...
Today is the first of the walks. Unfortunately there are currently three separate landslide areas along the cliff path and two of them were on today's half of the walk so there wasn't much walking but more time spent in each of the villages visited. Cinque Terre literally means five lands and each of the five villages along the path are connected by the walking paths or the train. We started off by getting the train from La Spezia ...
... and detail of patterns was amazing and very absorbing.
We also saw the tomb of Dante, the famous poet lived his last years in Ravenna.
Then after five, not particularly well connected train journeys we finally reached Vernazza at Cinque Terre, at 8.45pm. We travelled two legs of our journey with a couple from Michigan who had just been in Florence so they were able to give us some tips.
... t run at all). So we reset for another and got on board a packed train - not a EuroStar - but every seat was reserved. At every stop we got kicked out of our seats. Finally we just stood up in the doorway. What a nerve racking train ride. I was stressed that when they checked my Eurail pass they would fine me and kick us off the train. Nope. The attendant looked at our pass and just said, "grazi". Relief.
At last, 4 ...