Hotel della Baia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a great blue hue and we saw divers at many stops. We didn't realize it but the first place was the only one with the beach and we stuck Elizabeth's foot in the water temporarily but didn't get a photo but we did a couple of sounds down yet a good photo shot so she could actually stand in the Mediterranean At the town we stopped at where we had lunch oh my God again it was stare stare stairs but we walked up to this restaurant that ...
... made it to Monterossa but we were feeling absolutely washed out (sea sick).
Lunch would help with the nausea feeling so headed up the street to find somthing to settle our stomachs. We had seen people eating seafood that looked different so took advantage of the local fresh seafood and ordered. It was fine and helped settle the stomach along with a Coke. Couldn't face alcohol at this stage!
After lunch we ...
... of Portovenne. A UNESCO WORLD Heritage site. We wandered through the back cobblestone streets checking out the shops, restaurants and buildings dating back to the 1100s including St Peter and San Lorenzo churches. We had dinner of local pasta w/pesto [which this area is noted for] coupled with a delightful local lambrusco [40E]. Then back to the hotel – crashed. Jan and Roxanne took Ny quil- worked like a charm for Jan, not as well for ...
... ready to have some lunch and re-hydrate. Keely, who normally doesn't drink a lot, had a liter and a half of water at lunch!
After lunch we hike to Corniglia, which is the only one of the 5 towns that cannot be reached by boat, because of its protected position along the cliffs. We hike the 360+ steps up the town and really enjoyed it. The small, narrow alley ways, lined on both sides by old 5 story buildings are very ...
We were up early for the day trip to Portovenere. Our family with Antonio in one car the aunts, rob and Rena and Massimo in the other. We travelled over the mountain road from Castelnuovo via Massa following the trip Rob and Allan had made to drop Kate at the train two days before. The scenery was amazing. High mountains with what looked like snow and turned out to be marble. Little villages perched high on the hill tops. Impossible to see how people got to them. ...