Hotel della Baia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Must have been more tired than we thought, we didn't wake until 8.00am!!
When we did venture out are wonderful host, Andre, had breakfast ready for us. Fruit, croissants, ham, cheese, breads and coffee. All was good although the weather was not that flash with it raining so unfortunately we had to have breakfast in side. Hopefully it will be better tomorrow and we can enjoy our breakfast outside overlooking the bay.
After breakfast we took the ferry to Cinque Terre towns and went to town 5, Monterosa Al Mare , we had a coffee & Danish and walked all through the town before we hiked for two hours on the trail south to town 4,Vernazza.It was quite warm and the trail was quite busy. We decided that the right of way went to whomever took it. We walked the town and up to the church, (Jan has no memory of this church) Lots of tourists which ...
Tomorrow I leave Italy.. Wait, no. I don't want to start on such a flat tone. This magical place deserves more than that. Let me back up. And be warned - this may be a two parter. The move from Florence to La Spezia was fine - a 40 minute delay - which I never really understood, was the only issue. My Air B and B host met me at the train station, which is service beyond compare. The walk would have been about 10 minute, including me questioning ...
... Last stop - swimming in the Med! Its saltier than home and we float around care-free...until realising that we've actually moored onto a nudist beach (or what we figure is the "norm" in Italy) ...giggling wildly we make our way back to the boat after a few stares from our neighbours (probably wondering why we are so covered up) haha.... You guessed it, pizza and Lambrusco for dinner. ...
... we had reached the summit only to realise we were only halfway to the town. As we walked along we avoided fluro green and brown lizards darting in and out of the foliage along the path. Soon the stone path changed to uneven dirt with a few stones through in here and there for good measure and difficulty. With this change came no hand rails and some crazy thin paths high on the hillside. After what felt like an eternity in the sun we started to wind down the hill through ...