Hotel del Lido
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... that I remembered yet again, a little research is better than no research. Once at the train station it was easy going from there. I made my first stop in Riomaggiore. Stepping off the train, I instantly became grateful that the couple from Switzerland recommended I stay in La Spezia. Wow there was such an abundance of tourists. It was here that I heard the most English and ran into the most Americans, thus far on this trip. I even ended up talking with ...
This morning we made some breakfast and got ourselves ready, then drove to Riomaggiore, the first of the five Cinque Terre villages. Driving down into the village the was a big queue of cars and it turned out that the village was full of cars so they'd put down a boom gate and were doing one in one out. It was crazy. So we drove to the third village, Corniglia. We were able to park the car and bought tickets into the National Park ...
... half hour swim.
The harbor was deep. I went to the shallower areas where all of the kids were swimming. I was surprised at how clear it was with all those people in the water.
I sent out Emails to the police and Italian Rail system, hoping that they may have my phone. It is a long-shot, but we had to try.
There were no kebab joints in Manarola, so we had to eat Italian. Our B&B – B highly recommended a place called Trattoria dal Billy. Kim wanted ...
Sitting out on the terrace of our hostel apartment watching the sun go down into the Mediterranean drinking Birra Moretti at 1€50 a bottle... It makes you realise that life is pretty good!!
we got up at 5am on tuesday morning and headed to the train station and caught the train through to Ventimiglia.. we were early so we caught the first train through. We had a stress moment in Ventimiglia as we had booked all of italian train tickets ...
... and slippery but stunning. Pity is rained a bit. We saw signs warning people not to wear high heels or jandels and thought well" who would?" but I tell you we saw a nearly 90 year old lady in silly shoes clutching the rocks and saying " Oh this bit is tricky"....gross understatement but she was intent on doing the walk and probably still is! She was American by the way.
Vermazza was very lovely but thronging with people! Too many! ...