Park Hotel Villa Ariston
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... this most unholy of agricultural settings for a thousand years. Reputedly it has 2000 kilometers, that's 1200 miles, of terraces along its some 20 miles of cliffside terrain. The rumor, I've never seen it repeated anywhere else except by a couple of locals, is that more than a million stones were moved over the centuries to buttress the terraces where the locals grow grapes and olives on the damn-near straight up and down mountanside. ...
... to the ground. After we dropped our stuff off we decided we wanted to go to Montorosso so we put on our swimsuits and went to get food. I got pesto pizza from Mamma Mia and it was hands down the best pizza I've ever had. I honestly feel sad thinking about it knowing I may never eat there again. We took the train to Montorosso and it was packed, it was extremely difficult finding a place to set up our stuff and finally we found one towards the back of the beach. ...
... they had cheeseburgers and fries we fell victim to a taste from home. I thought the sign outside the restaurant had said “no previously frozen food” so I was expecting a fresh burger. Sadly, it was pre-fab and I found myself longing for the breakfast after all. Looking back at the pictures, I realized later the sign said “no pre-cooked food”. It hasn’t take Mel long to decide that Italian beer is her favourite so that’s what she ordered. ...
Massive day today exploring the Cinque Terre. This is a series of five villages built impossibly on or between rocky headlands along a national marine and land park of about 15kms on the Italian Riviera. We trained it to the first village (Monterosso) planning to walk the trail. We walked to the second village in about two hours - these are not easy walks. The steepness, narrow trails and heat take their toll. We were ok of course, but I was ...
... a personality of their own, you get the true feel for the place.
There was a ferry boat taking people out on the sea and around to the villages. It looked very perilous to me trying to get on the darn thing, you'd be hard pressed to find me actually on it, lol but there were lots of elderly people tottering on and I had to admire them for that!
I found a few excellent bargains in Vernazza and I enjoyed meandering in the shops. I had ...