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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Levanto
... in Denver and Dana and I had traveled and sang since we were teenagers. This couple were from Episcopal Church and not very familiar with contemporary praise and worship
We chatted into the evening and exchanged names and addresses. Later, when we got back to Denver, I send them a couple of CDs that I recorded a few years back. I love meeting new friends along the way.
... but she really wanted to know what/who she was applying to first. I have a lot of confidence (and envy) in her because I know she is really smart and a better communicator then she let's on. Just before dark I was coming down with cabin fever and had to go for a walk. I went down to the beach which was amazingly still and peaceful, then made my way on a little exploration through the old part of Levanto. Saw the church and an ...
... before heading to the cape of the town for a view. Took the train to Monterosso. Walked around a little there. Had a gelato by the beach. The old town didn't look nice so we stuck to the cape with St Fracis's statue before training south to Riomaggiore, southernmost of the five. A few photos from up high by the old fort before the final train of the day back to Manarola. Photos of the sunset. Had the sea bass tagliatelle from the same ...
... I mean, why not start as you mean to carry on? Whilst sitting there we inevitably got chatting to the young, rather good looking blond Italian barman about life on the Cinque Terre Trail and conversation moved on to his approaching trip to India which I was very curious about. It took a while for the others to drag Steph and I from the bar and our new found friend Philippo and we stumbled reluctantly from the bar to refresh before our next round with Massimo.
... never experienced the Italian (or French or Spanish) system of road tolls, its simple (once you finally work it out). Drive onto the motorway, take a ticket from the onramp tollbooth, drive as many kms as you like (or dare), and then pay you per/km toll as you finally exit the motorway. So if you are like us, and sometimes spend the whole day on the motorway, you can rack up quite an expense. (And unlike Australian ...