La Buca del Gatto Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi All Off to breakfast late this morning, decided we should do some more exploring of the back streets of this lovely city. Came across a long back street with a big square filled with market stalls selling every thing home made, collectible, antique and any thing else you can think of. There must have been 100 stalls, each one with their own unique character. On the way Brian bought Dianne an interesting Mother's Day present! ...
... was equally as odd as coming up and in places felt flat and in others felt steep.
Afterwards we got on the road again to head north to Cinque Terre which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of five little coastal towns which you can only get to by train or boat. We slowly left the Tuscan landscapes behind and hit the coastal road. The Marina di Massa is just how it sounds – a massive coastal road that is all beach clubs, restaurants, bars ...
... 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. ...
... door. We took a minute to rest and take in the beautiful views and then checked in. We had some pizza in the hostel cafe and then Bryce and the kids explored a bit to see what the town was like. We are all very excited about tomorrow! We found out that the vineyard hike, which comes recommended by Rick, is literally right outside our door. Now off to bed, so we can rise early and enjoy our day in the Cinque Terre.
... narrow patches without guard_rails, and the steps getting more and more uneven, especially on the downhill parts. However, this was more than offset by the wonderful views of the coast, and the towns of Monterosso and Vernazzo.
When we arrived at Vernazzo we saw both the devastation of the storms, and much rebuilding. The town itself has only a few stores opened, and there were minimal back roads, so we found almost nowhere to wander. We picked up a shell of ...