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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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These little villages are right out of picture postcards; beautiful colors, patterns, shapes and textures, it was ‘photographer heaven’. Everywhere is steep, stairs, narrow cobbled laneways and tiny little shops with colourful craft, clothing, local produce and FOOD, it made it very hard to know which way to look. There are also harbours ...
... Ended up getting there and quickly found our way to the port and a little pebble / rock beach to have a swim. The sea was a little rough so getting in and out was a little hard but the water was nice. Marianne scraped her knee on the rocks trying to get out so has left a little piece of herself for next time we visit. We decided not to do the scenic trails but just to have a quick ...
... and old, in part because it is known as the Via Dell" Amore (Lover's Lane).
I made it back to the hotel at about noon to find Deb at the pool, enjoying the sun, the breeze and some reading. Together, we made good use of the "infinity pool" for much of the early afternoon until it was time to prepare for dinner in Manarola and our walk down the "Via dell' Amore".
The dinner was again a delight in Manarola at the ...
... and tourist shops. It is lovely and a great place for a rest. Had a lovely meal with some girls from New Zealand and met Fillipo the restaurant cat. 2 May There are many hardcore hiking trails in the Cinque Terra although a few are still closed following the mudslides last October. I decided today I should at least attempt a "hike" and walked the lover's path to Riomaggiore - about 25 MINUTES GOOD LORD! Didn't find a lover on the way so that was ...
... wanted to sleep. Once in Venice we found our accommodation really easily. I was stoked to find "Nicola" the "woman" I had been emailing was actually "NEEEEcola" - a gorgeous Italian man. Our accommodation overlooked the main lagoon in Venice so we didn't venture far that night, just as well because we were both pretty shattered.
The next day began at San Marco - the church and square dedicated to St Mark, one of the evangelists (guy who wrote the bible) ...