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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8211; right in the town square. The villagers are industriously repairing the village after a destructive flood in October last year wreaked havoc and lives were lost. There is much evidence of mudslides, flattened buildings and ruined infrastructure so our day starts to the tune of jack-hammers, grinders, buzz saws and beeping trucks backing up – accompanied by melodious church bells.
... the hillside between the two “towns”. Made reservations for a table outside on the upper level with an incredible view of the other four “terres”. After a bit more meandering, had our mandatory daily gelato then headed back to the hotel to get cleaned up and return to the restaurant for dinner. Seated next to us were a lovely couple from the Atlanta area. They quizzed extensively about life in the Virgin Islands ...
... and olive tree groves perched high above the crashing surf. The trail was empty except for an occasional international tourist, but we were the only ones who seemed to be headed south (maybe they all knew something we didn’t?). All sorts of different hellos along the way reminded us that this is a very diverse world, even on the Cinque Terre trail. As we entered our first town Corniglia, it was lunchtime and a great picnic spot was waiting for us.
We grabbed ...
... a spectacular view of the Mediterranean sea and the town tower and clock...ohhh My! We went to get Paul and while I stayed with the vehicle, he and the kids went with the remaining luggage. Afterwards, Paul drove back up the hill to a free parking area while the kids and I settled into our rooms.
We then met Manuel and his dogs, Chico (german shepard cross) Noico (some kind of roman dog, black, female). Over the days, I took a shining to Chico who would come and lean ...