Hotel Il Ponte
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... Signoria which is where they had a lot of sculptures reflecting the true size of the original statues such as David, Persius holding the head of Medusa that he had just decapitated, Neptune and many more. From their we went inside the Palace or as called, the Palazzo Vecchio where we did a tour of the Dan Brown book 'Inferno" that we just happened to be reading. There was only 7 of us in our group for the English speaking guide to take us. It was great. You always hear of ...
... right in town, just a hop skip and a jump away from the main road. We found it no problem, went in, dropped our things, and couldn't wait to get back outside and start exploring. Finally we went outside, walked down to the water, looked around a bit, and the realized how starving we were. We knew we were there in off season, so there might not be much open, but we walked around to see what we could find. We came across a little restaurant and bar called ...
... sommelier to my glass, which got filled twice for each tasting, unbeknownst to her. (Though I think she caught on for the red wine tasting as one could see the wine left from the first tasting in the glass!). This meant that, especially since I am not much of a drinker so a lot of wine has a bigger effect, I was quite tipsy at the end of this part of the tour! The wine was very good, a couple of very light white wines, the most memorable of which was a Sauvignon ...
... warmer weather and eager to be launched. We returned to Monterosso hoping to see the rest of the town, however the majority of it was blocked off due to landslide damage. We decided to go check out the town’s historical center, which ended up being closed, but we wandered through the town Mosoleium. It was a big creepy, especially in the rain, but a cool experience nonetheless. We met a sweet old Italian fisherman who chatted with ...
... bolt the door, allowing the flood surge to rush by. They waited to be rescued, but after 5 hours, with the waters still rising, she, along with another adult and a children started climbing the shelves. After 6 hours they realized they were in desperate shape, but the managed to punch a hole in the upper wall and crawl out to safety.
After some searching, we found an acceptable place for lunch, and had bruschetta and anchovies, which the region is apparently ...