Hotel Shelley Delle Palme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... town of La Spezia.
Once off the train we have been told to take the “S” bus to Sarzana and get off at the Barcola bus stop. We locate our boarding point and within a few minutes the bus arrives. Luckily Italian buses have a space on board for wheelchairs, which is a perfect spot to store our entire luggage.
Finally seated we enjoy a 40-minute ride past the docklands and along the coast to the town of Lerici. At Lerici ...
... br> Yesterday was a beatiful day so I just wandered about the seaside soaking up the view, scent and sounds. I sunbaked and went for a dip in the afternoon, it was lovely just floating on my back looking up at the castle :). I had an apertivo (aperol spritz, pistachio nuts and crisps) at a bar on a wharf over the water and watched the magical sunset over the bay. Then I went to a ristorante for cena (calzone and peach bellini) ...
... is packed with tourists. It is really blowing hard now and the water is smashing over the breakwater. I just hope it clears by tomorrow and that my legs recover as I would like to walk from Vernazza to Monterosso (which I have actually seen thanks to the non-stopping train!!!) Off to find Marcella to pay for my apartment and to maybe complain about the speed of the Internet connection. If nothing can be done I will just have to have dinner at the cafe that I had breakfast at this ...
... lunch on a rocky beach, where Cory decided to both climb and throw rocks. Boys. We then decided to check out the final town out of the five that we hadn't yet visited - Corniglia. This town was set high up on a cliff away from the water, so it was quite a climb up the stairs from the railway station! We wondered around the narrow windy streets of course eating gelati and crepes as all good tourists should do. But finally all the climbing stairs and mountains ...
... and tourist shops. It is lovely and a great place for a rest. Had a lovely meal with some girls from New Zealand and met Fillipo the restaurant cat. 2 May There are many hardcore hiking trails in the Cinque Terra although a few are still closed following the mudslides last October. I decided today I should at least attempt a "hike" and walked the lover's path to Riomaggiore - about 25 MINUTES GOOD LORD! Didn't find a lover on the way so that was ...