Hotel Piccolo Mondo
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We are now very comfortable standing at the cafe bar drinking elbow to elbow with the locals. We usually attempt to engage in a little conversation and the waiters/ess enjoying testing us on their English skills.It always ends in laughter and familiarity .
Back in the car and Lella gives us the choice of a fast trip on the autostrade to Siena or a slow trip along the ...
... Dal Billy, a restaurant hidden high on the cliffs of Manarola. After getting directions from two locals in Italian, a third lady and her puppy walked us to the proper stairway. This was the third time we had been at these steps but it’s easy to walk in circles in Manarola. Lucky for us we had the foresight to make a reservation for seven o’clock so we scored a perfect cliff side table. The place was jambed! We ordered the ...
... from the 12.10pm departure time (thank goodness the nice Italian man sitting near us spoke good English). The departure time kept stretching more and more until we eventually left more than 2.5 hours after the original departure time. There were further delays along the journey, so we arrived on the Cinque Terre nearly 3 hours late. We got off the train at Monterosso, the major town/village out of the 5, as that was the only place the train stopped before ...
I totally almost slept in for some reason! But it was alright I was there in plenty of time. The drive to cinque terre was uneventful. Cinque terre means five towns in Italian. Strangely there is 5. Riommagorie, manarola, corneiglia, vernezza and monterosso. That's not at all how you spell them... I stayed in riommagorie which was the first town. We were dropped in la spezia and had to get a train to the five villages. We figured out the ticket ...
... Tried to find the medieval bastion as advertised by the brown cultural signpost, but think it was closed for restoration. Our next stop was the village of Novello which had a castle advertised on the map. It is now a hotel, so we just did the wander - 14th century with crenellated walls. In the village, there was a tower, the base of which had been converted into a wine tasting room for the district. Piedmont is a very lovely area - could easily while away many more hours ...