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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... to describe the fresh and tasty food we've enjoyed - pesto, gelato, tomatoes, fish, croissants. I think we have a few new converts to limoncello on this
trip as well. .............Today we hiked between two of the Cinque Terre villages - Corniglia and Vernazza - a bit less strenuous but still a good 1.5 hrs of up and down with magnificent views. Our accommodations in Levanto are great with two x 2 ...
Today's plan was to go and catch a train to regemorrie...catch a boat ride back to Monterosso then swim at levanto all afternoon ...well change of plan We went to st. rococo s church thinking that mass was on at 10.30am only to find the cleaners and that mass was on at 11am ...we walked to the other church the medieval one and went to the 11am mass ..after went to ATM got money to pay Anna for the ...
... By the way because of the time difference and because we will be arriving back in Grand Rapids at 6:17pm still on the 17th, she has what amounts to a 30 hour birthday; lucky her and most of it is on a plane. We will be staying for our last night in Florence close to the airport (because of our early flight) at the "Hotel Diva" near the airport. Deb thinks that Diva in Italian may be short for "dive". Lets hope not.
... our best view of the day - it was amazing. We spent sometime walking around Corniglia, then left the Cinque Terre and headed to Lucca. Lucca's historic center is entirely contained inside massive sixteenth century walls - when we first got there, we walked on top of the walls (100 feet wide) for a while, then took a walking tour of the city, complete with a ferris wheel ride for mom and I (Caroline would say that it was the best day ...
... our hosts for our rooms who greet us and take us to our rooms. There are more than 100 steep stone steps up to our rooms on the cliff overlooking the sea... not an easy trek with our heavy luggage but the man we are following take both Eve's suitcase perched on his shoulder and Daniel's suitcase while Jim and I manage our suitcases. The kids take their backpacks up the hill. We are out of breath when we arrive but we are well rewarded by cute rooms ...