Hotel La Feluca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We left the charming villa in Tuscany and traveled by bus to Lucca. The city is surrounded by 16th century walls. The first shop we visited was an olive oil shop. After tasting, everybody ordered olive oil. We shipped 108 liter bottles to the USA! Afterwards, Jane McCoy and I walked around a bit before enjoying a sandwich and a glass of wine at a cafe in the ...
... in the morning I marched down to the train station with my hiking gear and on arrival I was informed that the planned strike would start at 9:00 am and would conclude at 5:00 pm. What a civilized way to have a strike. That is the law in Italy. Since we didn't want to get stranded in portovenere with no return back up plan we decided to take the bus to Sovour and hike down to Vernazza and then take the ferry back ...
... subway, the next train was an hour away! It was now 3:30 and we thought it best to take the train all the way back to Rapallo (about an hour, stopping at every little station on the way). Arrived back at 5:00pm after stopping at the neighbouring Chiavari station for 15 mins (had to stick my head out of the train to ask someone who looked semi official if the train actually went to Rapallo (or if it had in fact reached the end of it's run)! ...
... in their flash boats enjoying the beautiful weather and water. We walk down one of the best hillsides to the city of rapello no wonder we can shed some weight off up and down dale I count how many times we have to cross the road 4times down and the same back up. We are planning to go to Genova by train and a cable car ride Opened on August 29, 1934, the cable car is the only facility of its kind in the whole of Liguria and allows to get ...
... had made it, we rounded the corner and there were more towering above us through the trees disappearing into the distance. The path became quite busy, people of all ages and levels of fitness, different nationalities walking in both directions. Many bona seras, pregos, bonjours and hellos on the way. All with different versions of their walk so far and estimations of time. None of them inspiring us in the least. Most looked as exhausted as we did. Thank goodness we ...