La Buca del Gatto Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pilgrimage, and not Pietrasanta where we had spent the previous evening. He went so far as to escort us to the Municiopo (Town Hall) to have our pilgrim passports stamped, and to be photographed for the local newspaper. By the way, did I ever tell you I was interviewed and had my photograph taken by a journalist writing an article on the pilgrim support service provided by Reims Cathedral?
The last two days have been good days. I have been coping well with the ...
... worked up an appetite. We walked around until we found a pizzeria with a friendly host and a huge menu. We sat down to eat and ended up ordering apps, dinner, dessert, and aperitifs! We also got a bit of a show with our meal as we saw a guy try to steal a girl's bike right in front of us! He ended up getting chased and thrown to the ground, and then the cops were called. First the accident in Cinque and now a crime in progress? I think I am ready for ...
... 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. ...
... painted buildings and lampposts along the river. So we walked down to the Square of Miracles (loose translation) to see the Leaning Tower. We had so much fun just walking around, going into the cathedral and crying, and taking tons of stupid tourist pictures that were awesome. Now, the Tower and everything else was great, but the real highlight was an unplanned, 1-second event. Here's a little background: We were walking on the street and my mom ...
... in poor Vernazza which was virtually swept away only 6 months ago as a result of significant rainfall causing a massive landslide. The town is obviously still getting back on it's feet and so after a while we hopped a ferry to Manarola and took the famous cliff walk to Riomaggiore. Whilst on one side is the lovely Ligurian Sea.... the other side is doing it's best to reconstuct the general feeling of a New York lower east side subway tunnel.