Hotel Il Ponte
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... and the ferry were all things he would've loved and appreciated so much. We went back to the hostel to change and Shannon decided she wasn't going to come to dinner with us because she was too tired. We knew this wasn't true and that she didn't want to spend more money but we went without her to a restaurant across the street. The food was okay, not the best and not the worst. I had the pesto lasagna which was very rich and I felt a little sick after I ate it. We ...
... unable to understand the concept of the wine order, and after repeated requests for ours to appear we gave up, had water with dinner and retired to the deck of our hotel.
Now, it was quite the balmy night so a refresher or two wouldn't have seemed out of order...
As if by magic two bottles of red appeared, and two hours, and much yakking later we finally called it a day/night.
A long, very rewarding day exploring the Cinque Terra was over.....and ...
... movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles... I am currently on Leg 1, Chiavari to Pisa and it’s all good so far. The train was pretty much bang on time (which puts British rail networks to shame) and I rolled in to Pisa at bob-on 11am. There was no room at the hostel and after trudging the streets around Pisa Centrale station I managed to blag a stay at the salubrious Hotel Milan, a two star hotel right beside the station. This has blown my €18 budget ...
... Terre) to Monterosse (5th village). We were originally going to be staying in Vernazza (4th village), but it was devastated by a big mudslide in late October 2011 and they are still cleaning up! And there must have been a bit of a mudslide down the cliffs between Manarola and Corniglia (3rd village), because the low path between them was closed for restoration. So we had to take the high path. It was a real schlep to get up that mountain, but the views at the top were worth ...
We docked in Vernazza, had lunch on the piazza overlooking the cove. Gianni Franz’s, famous for its pesto, Vongole (clams) and focaccia, offered good food, but the service was almost belligerent. When I asked for parmesan for my clam pasta dish, the waiter rudely told me not to use it as the cheese was too strong for the flavors of the dish. ...