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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... 12 euros for a day pass, which gives you unlimited access to the trains, a pass to the walking trails, and a wifi password to use at the train stations) and found a nice little place for a take away tea. I had a cone of mixed calamari, which was calamari cooked 2 ways and battered anchovies, which were delicious. They were really crispy. I fell into bed exhausted, and quite worried about how I would pull up the next day. (No need to worry, I was fine :) ...
... la vita. We saw enough of Vernazza yesterday so our first stop is Corniglia. My tip for any future travellers… when you see that handy 2,50 euro shuttle bus outside the train station, don’t assume this is just for the old/disabled/lazy. We assumed this. 365 steps later we wished we hadn’t been so quick to assume. Turns out we failed to see the handy sign saying "Bus or 365 steps – your choice…" Should have been obvious really ...
... blowing. Geri-Lyn picked our next land to explore, the land opposite from Riomaggiore which is Monterosso. Again, we found parking and made the trek down from the lot into the town [some cars are allowed onto the town streets, I'm assuming it's only construction vehicles and locals...regardless, we did A LOT of walking]. We later learned that Monterosso has a new city and an old city. We entered through the old city. Instantly falling in deeper love with Cinque ...
... mom and sister going to Portofino for fun. At this point, our seatmate bid us some happy "Ciaos" and we had the cubby to ourselves, at which point, all decided they'd been quiet too long! We made it to Monterosso in about 30 minutes and walked 15 minutes to our home for two nights. Albergo Marina gave us an apartment of sorts about 50 yards away from their hotel. It has two rooms connected by a foyer, and the whole place is ours. Two bedrooms and two baths-- ...
... workshops and a violin museum which was closed today as all museums in Italy close on Mondays. The cathedral closed from 12 to 3 so we were lucky to see inside before sitting down to a light lunch - I do like the fresh panini with beautiful Parma and cheese. There were hardly any tourists about as it is early in the season but the weather was good so it was nice to wander about the town. The drive from Cremona went over the Appenines and the mountain scenery was ...