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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... When we got out, even though it was the train station I just stood and took pictures everywhere; the ocean, the town above us, the tunnel into the mountain, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.
Of course, there were a lot of other people doing the same thing, so we were carried along with the crowd through a tunnel and up to the main street. People, people, people everywhere. We were able to climb up into a back street ...
... from the ocean to your plate. Pasta, pizza, wine, gelato and olives equally. Add the local specialty of pesto to the mix and you really can't ask for anything more...If you did, you would ask for tirramasu, panacotta and/or caramelised strawberries with vanilla ice-cream. If you are like us, it won't be long until you find your food grove and subconsciously order the same dish with an ever so slight change at every meal (or no change at all in Fatty's case), never to ...
... quickly stumbled across the famous Leaning Tower and Pisa Cathedral. The tower, built in 1178, really does lean in an alarming way and with it's white marble, it's quite beautiful. Inside, it is a little like being in a fun house and you feel a little disoriented as you climb the wonky spiral stairs. From the top, you have a lovely view of the Piazza dei Miracoli (square ...
... not get to the baggage area without a boarding pass.
It all worked out; we connected. Everyone was excited to see Scott.
Now, back in the car for our long trip. Everything takes longer with little ones and we have to make more and longer stops.
We get to Riomaggiore without a hitch. We have to wait for our landlord to meet us at the gate as private cars are restricted in these villages. ...
... there were less people around.
Once we got over the Accademia Bridge, we didn't really want to head to San Marco, where all the crowds are, so we walked through back alleys, side streets and squares until we eventually reached the Rialto Bridge. We could tell we were getting close by the number of people! We then browsed the shops on the bridge and surrounding areas before wandering further North. We found a little cafe where all the locals seemed to hang ...