Hotel La Feluca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of tourists and a few locals to be seen. After checking out what was on offer, chose a tiny bar/cafe right on the water's edge for a coffee and home made tea cake with apple, delicious. We needed some food to fortify us for the hike to Coniglia, next village north. We start our walk on a sloping pathway, stopping for a few snaps looking back at the main settlement, then we head around the point and come across a padlocked gate blocking ...
This is where it all started, a WEA information session on the Cinque Terre several years ago planted the seed to visit. A whole trip has been built around this week....and it has so far been all that we could've expected and more! This unique little collection of villages is just superb. There are no words that adequately describe it. We can however come up with a few for the hike to and from Vernazza!. We started yesterday bright ...
... water.) There was also a great deal of gelato testing. Many of the students tested the gelato at every stop - and there were several stops! There was also a celebration of Kyle's birthday - complete with our, now established, tradition of getting a kiss from the chef. We made sure that the chef kissed both Kyle and Mr Wilderman - as this had been missed yesterday. Apparently the chef needed a ...
... the stadium by public transport and after waiting at a couple pretty dodgy bus stops for a fair while we made it to the stadium. There were quite a few people lining up to try and get tickets and it was probably the most disorderly line we have ever seen. It was more like a mob congregated in front of a ticket booth with no rhyme or reason. It seemed to work though and soon enough we had our tickets. Funnily enough women's tickets were 8 euros cheaper than men's, ...
... and detail on various buildings and geographical areas. He was quite the character, and definitely helped provide a contrast between the Mediterranean and North American lifestyle. After docking at Manarola, Angelo took us to a restaurant where we were treated to a six course meal: lemon & salted anchovies, mussels, penne pasta & scampi, pesto minestrone, fried mixed seafood and an ice cream like dessert drizzled with caramel (or chocolate). Shockingly, I ate a fair ...