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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... café to have a stand up coffee "caffeine to go", we are getting right into this concept now, and at €1.10 each it is a good option.
We walked across to some of the shops and wandered into one that sold jewellery, they had some really nice Murano glass so I bought a couple of things for myself and some for gifts. I realise I should be buying this in Venice but my motto on holidays is if you see something you like get it, too often you think you will get it later ...
We left levanto after a hasty breakfast and made it to the station in plenty of time to catch our train ...the train trip was good with the only event when a man was asked to go with the conductor as he did not have enough for his continued fare ...stuart rang chris and arranged our meeting place ....train running on time so far We met chris and tennille in front of the platform. Stu went to the toilet and chris went to buy tickets. We lost them for a while. Stuart came back ...
... It was delicious.
The Church we visited in Monterrosa was San Giovanni Battista and we located another of the village shrines here as well. Nearing our limit of touring we caught a train back to Genoa. You have to be on your toes all the time for the unexpected and be able to adjust. Our train abruptly ended a quarter of the way back and we had to transfer trains by running underground to ...
... about 1:00 p.m., we were dismayed to find that there really is no town, just one little restaurant, which was closed. So, off we went and walked on and on through some lovely pine forests. Finally, about 3:00 p.m. we reached the town of Campliglia, a little picturesque village on the top of the CT world. Wandering around the town, we began to feel that nothing was open there either, until we found the wonderful "Piccola Blu" restaurant! We were so happy to enjoy a ...
... the length is more than 10 km [6.2 miles].” It’s a 5-6 hour hike up and down rocky terrain and countless steps along the coast between the five towns that make up Cinque Terre. It was exhausting, but entirely worth every drop of sweat. We went what we determined was the easier route from Riomaggiorie, to Manarola, to Corniglia, to Vernazza, to Monterosso. Unfortunately the path from Manarola to Corniglia was closed due to a landslide so we actually only got to do ...