I Tre Merli Locanda
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Beautiful little fishing village. Plenty of English spoken to make it easier. Hotel lovely, all staff so friendly, very clean. Breakfast outside looking right at the fishing boats and the day ferry. Walk 2 minutes and lay your towel down and go for a swim, perfect setting. Heaps of restaurants along the waterfront to choose from.
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... the potential quality of the meal. When it arrives all doubts vanish. Great pasta but more importantly a huge serve of Lobster. We are in heaven. Can Camogli get any better?
Tuesday 12 August 2014
Today we decide to visit the five towns that make up the Cinque Terre region of the Italian Riviera. We take the train down to the last port, Riomaggiore, where Julie has convinced me to do one leg of the walk. She reads out of the guide book that it ...
... used by tourists and locals. The beach is the only extensive sand beach in the Cinque Terre.
The village was briefly excluded from the Cinque Terre trail in 1948, but was re-introduced in mid-1949. This is because Italian officials considered the village too large to be considered part of the historic trail.
The area is famous for its many lemon trees that can be seen throughout Monterosso. It is also renowned for its white wines, grapes, and olives.
... in town so we decided to walk there and see. Lucky for us there was a hotel really close to the train station and it was cheap. We were pretty stoked because we didn't have to haul our bags into town, and we had a view of the water from our rooms. That night we went for a delicious meal at a brand new restaurant on the water. It was so good. I especially liked the wine :) After dinner we went to the only bar in town ...
Today we headed for Italy and the Cinque Terre. This involved being at the train station by 7h45 to catch a train to Ventimiglia (1hr), change trains and head for Genoa( 3,5 hrs). We then taxied from Genoa station to Genoa airport to collect our hired cars. Two cars but only one available GPS! This may prove challenging later on (Rome) but right now we are invincible as long as we not in campervans!!! So began our ...
Today was an extra day we had purposely built into our visit to Santa Margherita. We didn't have any set plans. After breakfast we caught the local bus for a 2 mile ride to the town of Rapallo. We had two reasons for doing so. First and foremost we needed additional Euros. Not everyone in Italy is willing to accept credit cards. Carolyn has a Bank America card and it's sister bank here is ...