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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... So for the next 75minutes we walked near directly upwards and barely moved sideways, fantastically at the top we finally got it!!!!Perched about 600ft above sea level with 2 little fishing villages either side of us and surrounded by terraced vines of beautiful green and red grapes we were completely alone and totally content, so we sat down and had an impromptu picnic, breathed in the moment and tasted some of the local produce haha.From our mountain haven ...
We found a little bar - 'Er Posu' serving 'The Best Mojito' in town... we were not disappointed! We chatted with other International travellers... Aussies from Mornington and Americans from Maine.
Out for tea at one of the restaurants recommended by Fabrizia - 'Cecio'. It was on the hill with a sea view with an enthusiastic Italian waiter who tried to sell us everything we didn't need!
Off to Casa Fabrizia for bed... a long exciting day over!
... matters when the sign to Manarola was hidden behind a vine and so we spent about 30mins wandering around the small village of Volastra searching for our path. There was no alternative trail between the 4th and 5th towns (Manarola-Riomaggiore) though so our only option was to catch the local train. After hiking further and climbing more than the full normal Cinque Terre route that you can normally follow, after our detour, we were more than happy to sit on the train for ...
... to the Rialto Bridge, which was a little smaller that I imagined. Below it was the Grand Canal with gondoliers, water taxis, and boats of every description heading everywhere. Extraordinary! The other extraordinary thing was the number of tourists, but this is something to be expected in such a famous city. The streets were narrow, overlooked by apartments and no cars, bikes or scooters. It was great. We spent hours wandering around. The popular piazzas were lined ...
As you read the guide books for Pisa, everyone says the same thing. People run into the city and head right to the Leaning Tower. Scott and I thought we would meander through Pisa and see other sites. Well we quickly found out why people head right to the tower. It is a nice city but there is nothing really special until you get to the leaning tower.
Scott and I got ...