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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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... t uncommon for a rogue wave to sweep unsuspecting travelers right off their feet and into the ocean. No such waves hit today – and we didn’t know that fact until after we got to the train station or Lizzie would not have let us walk down there. We also took a tour of the castle in town, including the tower that gives you a different angle of the city from above than the trail does. We did all this under the impression that the train was supposed to arrive at the ...
... outside the 5 Terres... Kev was sick so he stayed at the hotel.... The rest of us ventured to the furtherest town of Riomaggiore by local train.... We walked through the town... Stopping for takeaway lunch .... Fried shrimp & calamari for some... Pasta for others...walked down to the waterfront and had a gelati limone & Mango for me... Yummy! Headed back up to the station.... Asked about the hike between towns as it was just over ...
... explore the Italian coast. We went north to explore some of the other coastal towns- while very similar to Sestri, they provided us with a wonderful glimpse of the Italian coastal life. After a bit of cruising along the coast, we headed up into the mountains. It immediately became apparent to us that the mopeds and motorcycles here ruled the road. They would swerve in between and around cars at ...
... beautiful town as well, but you have to walk up 389 steps to get up there! Argh my thighs! I just kept thinking about how toned and awesome they would look after that. Unfortunately, I forgot to factor in the amount of pasta and gelato I am also consuming. Corniglia, once we got there, had stunning views, and we had a wine with a view and a chat to some lovely Americans. They are so friendly! And it cracks me up how quickly they find each other in a crowd. ...
... There is a tradition on this part of the track that when people are in love or get married they take a padlock and attach it to the rail near a loveseat and throw the key into the sea so that their love lasts forever. Last time I was here attaching the padlocks only happened in one place and it was covered in padlocks but it seems they are now attached along the track in different places - hope this is because there were so many ...