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... The main strip has more restaurants, as well as bars and it is just a really pretty town and lay out with good views. We had an AMAZING meal here, Louis had a seafood spagetti and I had grilled octopus. We had some delicious wine, followed by cocktails and a scotch - we had to waste time through the rain somehow! The rain did make further exploration undesirable so we went back to Riomaggiore for a siesta and made our way back ...
... of fancy Spitalian maneuvering we'd have to do when we arrived for our connection in Pisa, because unlike our other tickets, this one had an assigned time and seats. We couldn't just validate the ticket and hop on wherever. And we'd already missed it. When our train finally arrived in Empoli, I remembered that the computer had said we'd need to switch trains, though that was a little counterintuitive since we only had 1 ticket, But we lugged our bags off the train, against the flow ...
... pretty town after pretty town on the Italian Riviera.
Drive. Find pretty town Noli. Nowhere to park to even attempt to find a place to stay. When we double park Kerry finds no vacancies. Tourist information state that there’s nothing on, events, festivals etc it’s just because it’s a Saturday and they apparently are VERY busy…
Same again, and again.
Now it’s 4pm and we’ve not ...
... and the ocean were stunning. Vernazza sits on a very large rock/jetty that protrudes into the ocean...very small compact town that runs up the cliffs. to approach the village we climbed down tons of steps/stones. we were so hot it was all we could do to get our daily fix of gelato and sit in the shade. then it was time to catch the boat back to Monterosso--not enough energy/time to explore the town. back in town, we went straight ...
... many travelers with huge suitcases and felt really sorry for them.
We fortunately had a room with a fridge, so we stopped at the market to get food for breakfast. The usual Italian breakfast seems to be a cappuccino or espresso and a pastry. I’m sure they have ham and cheese as well at home. After Aaron took the groceries back, he met the rest of us down by the beach. The boys were both itching to go in and play, but first we needed to eat. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility