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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Family rooms
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... this (across all 5 towns) before and she talks highly of the walks. The boys both verbalised how much they loved it. We had the obligatory Gelato in town, and headed for the water where the boys wanted to play. Lib and I lost our shoes for 30 minutes while the boys hunted crabs and fish as some of the local kids were. By the way, in 2011 a horrendous flood destroyed the town of Vernazza. The remnants of the flood remained and rebuilding was ...
... Australia having the best beaches in the world! There is only a small area of the beach you can swim in for free, as all the other areas are private and you have to rent a sun bed (which is quite expensive I think). I managed to find a patch of free sand in the public beach, and chilled out with my beer, enjoying my last afternoon in Monterosso and the Cinque Terre.
After an hour or so I headed back to have a shower and get changed so I could make the "4-7pm free ...
... 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 ...
... The water was cold, but better than a Canadian lake on May long. After rinsing off and getting back onto the boat, Angelo returned us to Monterosso where we had a coffee with him before parting ways. The rest of the day consisted of relaxing and great food. Thanks to a recommendation by Luke & Brooke we had visited a nearby restaurant and had stuffed mussels, fresh lobster & pasta and heavenly tiramisu for supper, alll while looking out at the coastline. Not too ...
... 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 ...