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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... blue skies and no wind. Portifino was not what Sue or I had imagined .. quite a tiny port actually. But oh the expensive yachts and shops! It was however very beautiful. We decided to walk out to the Brown castle and had lovely views of Portifino as once again we climbed another steep hill. Then we continued out to the end of the walk and had coffee in the most picturesque of little cafés overlooking the whole Ligurian Ocean. As it was ...
... even managed to get seats. The little town one stop south of Rapallo is Zoagli, and as it was still early afternoon, we decided to go there for a look, and maybe lunch, before coming back home. Only about 3 people left the train there, so there wasn't the usual crowd of people to follow to the exit, and on into the town. When we came out we didn't really have a clue where to go. I went one way, and came to a wall which looked down on the ocean, so we knew ...
... Sydney's New Years Eve show. We had noticed yesterday that a number of the less upmarket private beaches seemed to now be open to the public, and assumed that as the weather cooled there would obviously not be enough clientele to support them as a business. So the fireworks officially marked the end. I wonder how people will get their suntans now? After dinner the rain had nearly stopped, so we went out for a last walk of the day. Not many were out and about, and the ...
It turns out Rappallo is a very popular destination for the Italians, especially the older, more elegant Italians, who come here to hang out in their nicest dresses, playing cards, enjoying the hotel's veranda, etc.
The Hotel Miramar where we stayed was right on the beach and smack dab in front of the boats that would take us to what I call the "Other Cinque Terre" the next day: including Rappallo, Santa Margherita di Liguria, Portofino, Fructosso, ...
... very refreshing. After about an hour or relaxing in the sun we hiked back up the rocky path to our hotel room and showered before getting dinner. Cinque Terre has been spectacular so far. I am more content to relax than Derek is in such an environment but I think the hike tomorrow will be enjoyable for us both. We plan to hike approximately 7 miles from Riomaggiore to Monterosso the last of Cinque Terre's 5 ...