Fattoria di Colleoli
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Yep, more ringing. Our building is surrounded by towers sporting huge brass bells, swaying to and fro. Clang, clang, clang! Up at 7am to get everything packed and ready so we can enjoy the morning walking around without the crowds. Window shopping, pastry & ...
... was a small bottle of Lemoncello - drunk as a shot, it really packs a punch and at 30% alcohol, it needs to be drunk in moderation!!! We had a taxi booked to drop us at the station. It was a different driver, this guy made 2 stops along the way - once to deliver a letter and another to say hello to a friend!! Luckily we weren't in a rush to get to the train!!!! He did drive us to the actual platform, which was great as we weren't really looking forward to carting ...
... that happen in the corner of my room. We went out to get secret bakery bakery, and stumbled home in the freezing cold weather we think we have here. Not looking forward to the nasty cold in the states!
I knew it was going to be hard topping off my birthday after missing my Mom's birthday the day before and now my birthday on Thanksgiving and the black Friday traditions of shopping with my mom. I went to class in the morning and than had ...
... beyond the famous duo'mo to the 'piggy' market square. The markets were full of some amazing produce and leather goods!
Free time in the afternoon, where some hired bikes to ride the city, some climbed the 453 steps of the duo'mo and others wandered the markets. The groups gathered for gelato before heading back out again prior to dinner. ...
... Terre. We didn't have enough time to do all 5 so we took a stab in the dark and picked Vernazza, and stepping off of the train it was like another world again. The buildings were built into the mountains and looked so unstable. They were painted with cute colours almost like Notting Hill. Even though Vernazza was small, only having one road maybe a couple of little streets coming off it but nothing more, it still managed to be breath taking. We crept through a cave ...