Imperiale Palace Hotel
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... the first place and alleviated my concerns. It appears that there are IATA guidelines and that both Qantas and Emirates follow these. The rule seems to be that you cannot fly with an intact cast for 48 hours after first having the cast installed. This seems to clear up my concern as Mums cast will be at least 10 days in place before we fly. Re assured by this I do not bother to chase up the insurance company help line when they fail to call us back.
... to a little rocky area and anchored for a while. We all swam and then lay in the sun and slept. There was heaps of the beautiful painted Italian wooden boats around with people doing much the same thing. They actually look like gondolas but I am not sure what they are called. Most of them have a wooden deck area up the front where they lay and bake themselves, and down the back they erect a small bit of square white material on four poles that does as a little ...
... view was amazing once again. What an amazing, beautiful part of the world this is.
When we arrived, one of the brothers came and introduced himself to each of us, shook our hands and sat us down in this small area which had a high stone wall at the back of us and this wide, expansive view in front. He poured us all a very cold and delicious glass of prosecco in a wine glass, (flutes are out apparently), with a plate of different ...
This morning we took the train back down to Vernazza. I had seen a pair of jeans the other day, that I had loved, and living by my no regrets policy… I had to go back and buy them. It was a pretty crazy thing to do really, but we have the time and I also really wanted some more calamari in a cone. It was again, so crowded, but lovely.
We stopped in at Monterosso for just a minute on the way back. I also love that place, and then back to ...
... hour to wait for
our train we walked away from the water and found the centre of the
community. Oh it was divine. The architecture was stunning and we
found many small alley ways with restaurants and fruit/vegie/cheese/wine
markets. We bought duo arancini di
riso and sat in the square happily watching the many people riding their bikes
with the baskets laden with food.