Hotel Shelley Delle Palme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one food - PIZZA. Oh I was so excited for this - day dreaming about the pizza in Italy, months before my trip. I took a recommendation from the hotel, Ristorante Follia. It was perfect, so warm and friendly. From what I could tell it was run by a young family. Dad was the one working the fire oven. Mom was the server and they had a little baby. Grandma was there helping with the baby, but they all handed the baby back and forth. ...
... station and get our return ticket. After buying the ticket we have 40 minutes before the next train so we decide to climb up to a bar high above the train station and enjoy a drink and the view while we wait. The view is just as spectacular from this side (and the wine was pretty great too). A tour group arrives just as we are leaving, talk about timing! Just as we make it back to our street it starts to rain as we dash for our door.
... children's toys currently. Saw a croquet set from the 50's. the main benefit of getting into the castle is the fantastic views across the Gulf of Poets. Found a bar with good wifi, as the hotel wifi does not work for me, and sat on a coffee for a couple of hours! Then a light lunch down the road, with a glass of wine and beautiful lemon gelato. Back at San Ternenza, i ...
... in my way. Once he left I tried this hot water thing but the boiler heaters also turned themselves on! I freaked out, would I be the one to burn down the cinque terre? There is no way you could fit a Vespa here, let alone a fire engine!! I can't say absolutely that I have worked it out, but I worked out a way that got me hot water, and unnecessary heating. Needless to say I have to time my showers and turn it on a good half hour before washing, ...
... we were starving, we decided it would be easier to get food in Riomaggiore so we caught the train back. We just got something easy which was a focaccia (mine with anchovies as they’re a local specialty) and we grabbed some more Cinque Terre wine and headed back to the B&B to recover from the walk. For dinner we just ended up getting some cheap take away gnocchi and ravioli which was home made. This was not as good as the previous pasta we’d had but still very ...