- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... unlimited trains for the day. We grabbed the train to Monterossa and started our hike. Although the hike isn't long, it is quite steep and the humidity and heat really get to you. It took about 1.5 hours to get to the next town of Vernazza for a break and a snack. We then hiked to Corniglia where we ended our hiking for the day. Due to landslides, the lower Cinq Terre hike past Corniglia was closed. We decided to take the train to Manarola ...
... and plenty of wine. In Luca the 5 of us girls stayed in an apartment together. It was great fun. We had our own kitchen and lounge room so it was a really nice opportunity to hang out a bit as well as share some meals. The next 2 nights we had dinner in our apartment we had a collection of antipasto each night. Breads, olives, artichokes, salami, prosciutto, dips and looooads of cheese!. Mmmmmmm. Yummy!!! And our lovely team member Loraine made us some deeeelicious pan baked potato ...
We are heading off to see Levanto today. It's not really part of the Cinque Terre but sits at the northern end and is part of the Ligurian coastline. The day has starts a bit windy and cloudy with a forecast of rain so the oats are not running. We were hoping to do the boat trip today along the coast to each of the towns. It started like this yesterday too but calmed down so hopefully it will today. A walk to the far end of the beach strip of Monterosso found us ...
...another 4:45 am wake up call for our flight! Josefine and Maria drove us to the airport for our 6:30 flight to Italy. The airlines made us check our carry on bag at the gate which made us a little nervous. We had a quick change in Dusseldorf and then landed in Milan. Thank goodness Carol Jo and Joe's flight came in just 5 minutes after ours! Everything seemed perfect until went to baggage claim and could not find our bags! After filling out a report, we took ...
... paved in stone lead into piazzas large and small, and beautiful churches greet you as you wander through the various lanes and alley ways. There are some fabulous shops, cosy trattorias, bars and restaurants, and art galleries and museums.
For lunch, we bought delicious salami and Parma ham, olives, artichokes, apricots and bread of course, and had our first picnic in one of the parks on the city wall. After some more exploring, we had coffee and beers at Piazza ...