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Travel Blogs from Rapallo
... for dinner, as we hadn't explored this town very thoroughly the previous day. We found plenty of small cobbled streets filled with cafes, bars, shops and people everywhere. It really is a great town to be in, so it depends what you are after when choosing where to stay. Amazingly some friends were staying in Monterosso at exactly the same time we were in CT, but I didn't get their fb msg until we were on the train to rome the following ...
... walking plans changed to a walk back from Portofino. A pleasant short ferry ride was worth the money; a beautiful entry into Portofino, buildings perched over the water and an exquisite little harbour and boardwalk with restaurants. After a walk up to Castle Brown (didn't go in) and past Chiesa di San Giorgio it was time for a coffee on the harbour. The blue and white seat covers attracted us; although the coffee was a bit more expensive it was ...
... heading off to other parts of the town. It went for 50 minutes, and there were some pretty small kids, but they probably went better than some of the adults. There was one little fellow whose bike had wheels about as big as bread and butter plates, and he was still going as enthusiastically at the end as at the beginning. It was a blood donation awareness event, and at the end everyone was given some focaccia and a glass of milk!! We're not sure ...
... of a slow start, but then we ARE on holidays. The weather was again perfect, fine and about 21 degrees. It was late morning by the time we started on our walk, after having caught the train to Monterosso, the most northerly of the Cinque Terre. The walk was about five kilometres, which we were told would take 1 1/2 hours. So we gave ourselves two, knowing as we do that we are slowing down a bit. The first 35 minutes were up stairs, ...
... roads, happily mixing it with the motor vehicles. But so far as we can tell, it all works out just fine. Wok is not doing too badly, though his thigh is still very painful. As long as we don't walk too fast, and there aren't too many steps, he manages. Fortunately his ability to eat pasta and Italian bread and cheese is unimpaired. The weather is still beautiful, fine and a little bit cooler, which is very pleasant. We hope you are all well and happy, 'cause we are!! With love, Lyn and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed