La Musa Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... Scala) was inaugurated on 3 August 1778. Most of Italy's greatest operatic artists, and many of the finest singers from around the world, have appeared at La Scala during the past 200 years. Today, the theatre is still recognised as one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world.
We also walk down Via Montenapoleone, considered as one of the most elegant shopping streets in the world, compared to Bond Street, 5th. Avenue ...
... more. It would have been an opportunity to see the other 2 regions of cinque terre. Even though the hiking oaths were closed due to too much rain, we were given time to explore the city. We looked in a few shops and eventually found a place that sold creeps! They were freshly made and I got Nutella on mine! After crepes we got back on the bus to the hotel. Supper was once again good. Kyle and Wilderman both got kissed by the chef. When we ...
... school children playing on the beach and the sound of their happy voices was enjoyable. I sat on the rocks soaking up the view and enjoying the cool breeze whilst I ate morning tea.
One day I borrowed an old rusty bike from the hotel (I want to get practice for Amsterdam) but the pedal fell off when I had just got around the corner. The second bike was okay but there was no bell. Italians do not have to wear bike ...
... of thousands of tourists and Italian locals every single year. They are one of the most talked about and promoted areas in the whole of Italy and it is very easy to see why. All the towns are similar in building styles, shapes and colours, and this is what makes them famous, but they all have small subtle and geographical differences that separate them and give each town its uniqueness. Riomaggiore flows down a gradual hill into three small bays. Manarola is by far the ...
... lunch/dinner since we bought a bottle of wine yesterday that we would like to use this evening in the harbor while watching the sunset. We,go up to the end of town and eat at Il Pirata with the cannoli brothers, Gianluca and Massimo, who came here from Sicily. They are quite the characters. They serve breakfast here also and they asked what we had for breakfast this morning. Carol says eggs which starts a long story that is summed up as follows. Gianluca(G) :where ...