Hotel La Perla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today was a difficult day. It was estimated a 5 and a half hour day but it took mum and I 7 and a half hours. 90% of the hike was stairs so mega calves are expected after today. It was lovely winding through the towns, but as we did the majority of the day in the July summer heat it was really tough. Like I said a lot of the first half was steps, which revealed fantastic views. When we back descending down steps past from throned bushes (I ...
... people sitting huddled up or cuddled together. It was really interesting and sad and hard to believe that it had remained exactly as it was for all that time under the ash. In this area they grow these huge huge lemons and make the liquor Lemonchello.It was a cool place. From there we had to cross the mountains to the coast and it was the windiest road we have ever been on. It was slow going but we couldn't believe our eyes when we ...
... for dinner at the hotel, again, we got a lift from the owners the few kilometers back, and headed up to the terrase where we were treated amazingly again! Another great dinner, brilliant food for both of us and then finished off with some more local liquors - this time more limoncello and also some walnut liquor! Wow... Why doesn't this stuff make it to Australia????
Then it was time to get some sleep again.... Another few big days coming ...
... all's right with the world we thought sipping our drinks watching the boats going back and forth, some very rich people over here by the size of there boats. The boys returned and we ordered lunch. Bev had the local fish called Palamito, loved it, Tim had a local pasta and potato dish, Bob had veal, Linda had lemon chicken with more wine (we were not driving), no one wanted to leave. We struggled up the mountain ...
... were parts of the path where you had to climb, just as you do on the cinque terra. We had attempted to do 'The Walk Of The Gods' the last time we were in Praiano, but after I had climbed the 3,000 steps to beginning of the path, took one look at the tiny width, then saw the 2km vertical drop, I quickly changed my mind. This walk today was not stressful at all. The path was wide enough to keep me away from the edges. We were ...