Hotel La Feluca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for the camera; a pair of sparkly shoes posed for the camera. The Carnivale is one of the cornerstones of life in Viareggio. They have a museo that displays it's colourful history. We spent our last evening here and had dinner in its restaurant, listening to the live music. Sadly I'm still not fluent, but I've enjoyed my two weeks ...
... The chair lift ride was great spectacular view along the journey and at the top. Beautiful walk around the paths and the church at its best. We also managed a days sailing( ferry boat, actually ) to Santa Maghareita then onto Portofino. Lunch and dome window shopping in San Maghareita. Couple hours later back onto ferry and back to Rapallo, not, we were again travelling back to Portofino, our mistake still more time on the sea. Great day ...
... panoramic views from the front of the town. We then hiked about 1 hour to the next town. Just before we arrived at the next town we came up to a locked gate but we didn't want to go all the way back as it was just before sunset and so we climbed up the cliff and around the gate (Scott's idea! Lol). Manarola was a great little town and probably our favourite of the other four. It has a marina as well as a natural beach ...
... I don’t know where that burst of energy came from, but it wasn’t there at the last set of stairs. Kim is climber, like billy goat!
At some point, it level out, but then a new set of steps would appear. This trail was easier than the last, but not by much. Corniglia could finally be seen in the distance. When we would look back, you could see that we did not climb as high as the last trail. It seemed all of the steep climbing was early.
It was a long slow ...
... hills, passing olive trees laden with fresh olives, clambering through autumnal vineyards and stumbling across dense woods. Occasionally these woods would open onto incredible views of the glistening blue sea and the patchwork of colourful little Italian towns be seen from a distance balancing precariously on rocky headlands that protruded away from the mainland. It was nice to be out in the fresh air and have a bit of time and space to reflect on all ...