La Buca del Gatto Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... person - the owner of Fiat motor company. These beautiful estates have been in the family for many generations.
We boarded the boat and set sail South/East to the Cinque Terre coast. Levanto, where we are staying is just west of the Cinque Terre National Park towards the French border.
There had been a storm the previous night, so we were pleased that this had cleared and we were able to do the boat trip. The weather was still a bit overcast, and there was the ...
... to the top. Hiking between the villages was really difficult at times. When we started the hike it was slightly overcast but as the minutes slowly ticked by the sun came out and by midday it was officially hot. A lot of the track was hidden under the bushes but there were also a lot of places with gaps giving us the most amazing view of the coastline and the villages as we got closer to them. Along the way we bumped into some other Busabouters who we ate lunch with ...
Our day started early, but not early enough.... Misread the schedule and kept our guide Matteo waiting for us outside the ship! He was great about it and we all got on our way towards Pisa. The Leaning tower of Pisa is one of the 7 wonders of the world and sets in the Piazza de Miracle....Named The Miracle Square for its Beauty as it is one of the few Squares with grass....within its walls it houses a Cathedral, Baptistery and of course the famous tower. Matteo explained to us that the ...
... to the Italian way of cooking, eating and enjoying food and wine. After all, Tuscany is one of the top places for food in the world and we were staying at a tenuta, where they have their own wine, olive oil, bread and eggs. A highlight of this little trip, much to our surprise, turned out to be the Leaning Tower. We had seen the tower some 16 years ago and really didn't remember it being anything that special. ...
... secret in Cinque Terre.
From Volastra, the walk is mainly downhill following a contour path round the rolling hills covered in vineyards that produce most of the wine for the Cinque Terre region. These hills are very steep and we wondered how thay managed to tend the vineyards on an ongoing basis let alone secure a harvest once a year. The path kept us close to the sea the entire time and there was always a spectacular view either back to Manarola, ...