La Musa Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and it led to this awkward scene where I, who speaks no Italian and the bus driver, who speaks no English while driving the bus in an entirely enclosed in a plastic casing, had to finagle this. By the grace of the elderly Italian woman in the front seat, she helped me figure it out through hand gestures. It was the sweet young woman in the seat next to me, and all without understanding each others language, that helped me figure out where to get off. It was at ...
... and spent an hour or so. The boats run very frequently so you can catch another easily when you are ready to move on. The boats would never pass all the regulations in Canada. Getting off and on was quite interesting. The boat pulls up to rock jetty, tosses a rope to a guy on land and he stands on the rope so the boat stays near the jetty. Then they roll out a gangplank about 18 inches wide with rope handles on ...
... and sunbaking bodies of all ages. Feeling a little vulnerable about leaving my passport to have a swim, but may try tomorrow as its supposed to get up to 30 degrees according to the taxi driver. Heard that Pete's arrived and has met Steve. Wifi problems tonight, so not sure when i will post this. Nice quiet night and not too much scheduled tomorrow.
Given how poor the weather has been on this trip, I am so grateful to have been blessed with two perfect days for hiking. Yesterday and today were both clear and sunny with high temperatures around 70 degrees. Yesterday I took the train to Corniglia (one town south) and then hiked back to Vernazza. Today I hiked from Vernazza to Monterosso al Mare. After hanging out there for awhile, I took the train all the way to the southernmost ...
... Corniglia. This is the only town not situated directly on the ocean, but you can go down some stairs which take you to the water. As the direct track was closed we took the scenic back way through the mountains and vines. This walk was quite challenging as there were soooo many stairs up the mountain but we decided it was definitely worth the walk and a much better way to go than the direct route. There were awesome views and as we were walking away/to ...