Hotel Pensione Moderna
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... a cone person to a cup person. I don't know why it took me so long! The choice is basically do u want ice cream on your fingers, or would you prefer it in a cup?
The next day I checked out of my accommodation in the morning and met up with the girls so we could head to where I was staying next, in Monterosso al Mare. Unfortunately the weather was rubbish and it really didn't stop raining all day. We caught the train to Monterosso and I managed to find my ...
... of the hamlets along the way. I connected with another solo traveller on the boat - we stick out like sore thumbs trying to take our own pictures. We made eye contact and in broken Portugenglish were able to say how hard it was being on your own but how special it can be too. I'd peg her at late 40s. Argentinian.
Secondly, there was a family of four on the boat. The mother understood Portugenglish and translated s bit. She ...
... cool breeze, but by noon the skies were clear and the sun was out in full force. It was a toasty afternoon, but a few beer helped cool things off. It wasn't until late afternoon that we departed from the beach, but not before a quick dip in the Mediterranean. After drying off and returning to the apartment, I gazed in horror at how ...
... the town furthest south). The first part of our hike from Vernazza to Corniglia took us about an hour and a half through amazing scenery and coastal views. The coastal trail is definitely the way to go for good views and a great workout too with pretty good inclines. We reached the town of Cornigilia and were roasting again like in Rome, but the ocean was right there so we took the many stairs down to the rocks and ...
... fruit and snacks before heading to the boat that will take us to Leirici. Leirici is another port in the Gulf of Poets.
"Gulf of the Poets - The gulf of La Spezia is known also as the
“Gulf of the Poets”, because through the centuries, many famous poets,
writers and artists spent their holidays or part of their life in the
villages and small towns of this gulf, enchanted by the superb and
peaceful beauty of this earthly ...