Hotel Le Pleiadi
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... a bit of a rest. Time to head home and put our feet up, all this sightseeing and eating is quite draining lol. Day 2, we knew rain was forecast for this afternoon so headed into the city centre and river this morning for a look around. Once we hit the river, the perspective of Pisa is completely different, the river is lined on both sides with different coloured housing and buildings. We found what we assume is an old walled in castle, no signage in ...
... About 4.30pm we returned to our B&B for a pit stop but ended up staying while we work on the logistics of the holiday beyond Cinque Terre and plan our walk the next day. Cinque Terre is most famous for the walks that join the five villages, as well of course being famous for the picturesque villages themselves. About 7.30pm we headed onto the beach front to find a restaurant for dinner and selected one sitting over the ...
... us. To end the meal; now almost three hours later, Relle had a coffee with the smoothest rum i have had in a long time and they then gave us a local liqueur, Limonchino, as a thank you treat. Yumbo, what a night and meal! Our second meal was just as spectacular with the most beautiful sunset to accompany it. This place has excellent reviews on Tripadvisor and we could see ...
... and waited for a train back again. There seem to be a lot of delays today. The rest if the afternoon passed quietly then John, Graham, and Christine went down the road to get pizza for dinner. We sat an had a drink at one of the little bars then took our dinner back to the apartment. Kathy and John thought they might have to stay another night if Kathy wasn't able to travel tomorrow but the plan won't work because everywhere is full up. We are praying that she will be well ...
... at the next town, Vernazza, which also has beautiful views. More gelato ensues, this time more amazing dark chocolate. Then it's late and I'm sore (my ankles are asking me why I used them on such uneven rock surfaces), so I catch a train back to Riomaggiore. Some tasty seafood and pesto-pasta later, I finish up the evening sipping a glass of wine from a local vineyard (seems quite tannic) watching the ocean. Awesome ...