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 known for.
After some issues with bus numbers and who booked what, we eventually got away from Florence at about 8.20am. We were stopping at the town of Pisa on the way, famous for the millions of idiot tourists who stop there every day to take ridiculous photos. There is also some kind of tower or something. We got to Pisa mid-morning and despite telling myself I wasn't going to do a stupid photo, I ended up doing a few. I guess it's almost compulsory. We got ...
... of Manarola. It took us a couple of hours climbing up and down the hillsides but the views were spectacular and not too crowded. We explored Montprosso and Venazza in the afternoon which we found to be pretty but too touristy. We were happy to return to the idyllic Corniglia for a quiet evening, eating dinner at a restaurant overlooking the sea. We would have liked to have more time to explore this region, so might add it to our itinerary if we make it back to Italy one ...
... normal and ready for the tourist season. Very few businesses, including the local Laundromat, post office, and a restaurant here or there, remain in the rebuilding process. Vernazza bore the brunt of worse devastation, and is still very much in the recovery process. Restaurants are open, and the tourist still arrive by boat, train, trail, and car. Visit Monterosso or Vernazza to help the economy, or go to www.rebuildmonterosso.net to donate money to help the rebuilding ...