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Viareggio is far more charming than I'd imagined. It has some beautiful villas nestled between the hotels and holiday apartments. People are out in the bars and restaurants till late though not as late as Rome. The hotel is comfortable and quiet. My favourite table at breakfast is at the terrace doors looking across the road to a very grand palazzo called Principi di Piedmonte. Classes are in the morning except for market day. We ...
... The main strip has more restaurants, as well as bars and it is just a really pretty town and lay out with good views. We had an AMAZING meal here, Louis had a seafood spagetti and I had grilled octopus. We had some delicious wine, followed by cocktails and a scotch - we had to waste time through the rain somehow! The rain did make further exploration undesirable so we went back to Riomaggiore for a siesta and made our way back ...
... the next morning. They also wanted to take us out for dinner, but we managed to escape up to our rooms. As the wine buzz wore off, we started to think that maybe it wasn't a great idea to jump in a car with 2 strange men who didn't speak any English... We'll just get the train, sorry guys! We hadn't booked any accommodation for our next stop, so we had dinner at a pizza place, then trudged up the hill to the wifi hotspot. We organised a bed, and then while we were ...
... Today, we took the train to Monterosso al Mare and then rented a few beach chairs for awhile. After we were bored with that, we toured around that town. Then took the train to Vernazza. This was the site of the worst flooding and several people actually died in the floods. The town has come back full force; it was packed. Too packed for our liking so we got a few slices of focaccia and ...
We have just had our last day in Manarola. Slow start to the day. Chatted to the girls on Viber for an hour which was lovely. Heard all their news. Then planned, and did, a walk from Levanta to Monterosso. We had been told it was the last coastal walk still open and that it would take about 2 hours. Neither was true. It was hardly a coastal walk. More like an uphill trek on what can best be described as a goat track. We seemed ...