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. ...
... 5 minutes, gave up and went to the ticket window...Italy still struggles sometimes with technology, they would only take a credit card but you had to use it as a debit card...
We went all the way to Riomaggiore and unloaded, went directly to the National Park window, ordered 4 passes and were told that the park was only open from Corniglia to Monteroosso. Damn, the easy walk was closed and the hard walk was open. ...
... 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 ...
... the many local take away places for a slice of pizza. While there I was surprised to learn Vernazza has it's own brewery. Always being one to support the local industry :), I bought a pint and headed through a tunnel and onto their beach. There being more rocks than sand, I picked a rock and sat and watched the waves roll into shore.
This morning I rode the train to the northernmost village and set out ...
... they are delicious (you may gather that it is still raining). The Italians certainly know how to make cakes and biscuits! We walk along the front to a tunnel on the opposite headland in the hope of finding the continuation of the walk - the Italians don't know how to make signs directing you to things of interest. When we arrive at the tunnel it does suggest that it might go to Levanto so we press on. 5 km later we do arrive in Levanto after a very ...