Hotel La Camogliese
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... easy someone in a wheelchair can walk it. It is a section called "Via dell'Amore" and seeing we are celebrating our wedding anniversary it is appropriate, only trouble is this section is closed for renovation.
So we decide to catch a ferry to the next port of Manarola, but not much to see here just hoards of tourists walking around waiting for the next train to the middle town of Corniglia which is not accessable by ferry. We get off the train and find ...
... a good 5 minutes. In fact we went further than we needed to. I assumed the name of the place would be on the building, Casa Capellini, but we couldn’t find it. A local lady directed us to the door and called for Franca who stuck her head over the balcony and then came down to let us in. It was another 30 steep stairs up to our room on the 3rd floor. Our room is small but adequate with ...
... of being generous with her cheering at other sporting events, much to the disgust of the home crowd. We enjoyed the game and it was a good eye opener to how people in other parts of the world take their sport a bit too seriously. After each time Inter Milan scored (they won 2-0) all the Inter Milan fans turned to the fenced off Genoa fans and cheered while making unfriendly hand gestures, seemingly attempting to incite a riot. It was a little bit scary. We noticed on ...
We sat in a small square and ate lunch before attempting to find the new inland track to Manarola, as we found the coastal track was still closed off due to the landslides of late 2011 and current restoration works.
We finally located the alternate route behind the local Church and after climbing steadily for over 80 minutes directly inland we had reached the ridge line of the track, for which we ...
... I was looking for hostels all I could find were hotels for 110 euros per night! Luckily I found out that there was a hostel in a town 5 minutes north of the Cinque Terre where there was a hostel, and they had a bed open that I bought for 25 euros. During the check in process I saw a guy with a Chilean passport so I said hi to him.
Cinque Terre - ¡increíble! ¡Que lugar tan bueno! Superó mis expectativas! ...