Hotel Stella D'Italia
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... and much much shorter, and I think the downwards journey was longer - though the ground on the descent was a bit more treacherous. The sky was threatening rain all day but luckily for us it waited until we were safely at Manarola. I would not like to be caught up the top when a storm hits - there is no shelter, and coming down is scary enough when its dry!
Manarola is my favourite town for the 5. I would recommend ...
... Was good. On my way home I bought a bottle of red wine which Yulia put into the steak, creamy mash with mushroom and red wine sauce she was making for dinner. It was the best. I drank the sauce like it was my job. Soo good! This girl can cook. :D We then gave up on our errands for the day, finished the bottle of red and watched the movie "extremely loud, incredibly close". Was a real tear jerker for Yulia. I thought it was ...
... Hazel piped up
“How much? 18 euros each?”
“Nineteen with a free breakfast here thrown in sound okay?”
The already very cheerful bunch of girls just got happier, once we had finished our drawn out lunch Massimo took us to his travel agent and then on to our apartment where he left us promising to meet us at 8pm for Aperetivo. I know what you must be thinking…A middle aged Italian had just given us an apartment and was meeting us ...
... an Italian numberplate.
So anyway, having already worked out what Italians love to do with their spare time, we should of also realised that they don't restrict their travel to the international scene. Of course they would travel in their own country. Especially on a beautiful, sunny weekend in the middle of summer.
So needless to say, that on the day that we chose to cross their country from one ...
... br> Once in the older part of the village, it's just a block from the beautifully built St John the Baptist Church. The building is capped in a stripped marble pattern with a fresco depicting the baptism of Christ over the door. Off the same tiny piazza is the Mortis et Orationis Confraternitas, a church devoted exclusively to the dead. According to the guide, during the plague no one in the church wanted to ...
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