Luna di Marzo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Not surprisingly, given that we were in bathing suits all day there are no pictures. The trip back was easy; we caught an express train that skipped the 3 middle towns. A brief rest and shower then off to a new restaurant, Ripa del Sole. The walk was all up hill but only 15 minutes away. We had a lovely table overlooking the Med. and watched a glorious sunset. Christine thought her meal was the best she had had since ...
... a narrow cobbled lane leading to an old stone church on the harbour entrance along with other biuldings and a walled castle a little further around. Every second shop was selling fresh pesto, multi -coloured dry pasta and rolled up rounds of fresh tagliatelle to cut as you desire, cooked and flavoured with pesto. Guess what Daryl is trying to find for dinner tonight! The Ligurian area is known for growing basil hence the abundance of ...
... on that gelato.
We traveled to city number five, Monterosso al Mare, via train (which was awesome because Violet would have thrown me into the sea if we had to hike some more). There wasn't a lot to explore in this place, but we strolled up the main street (read: the only street) anyway. More than any of the other villages, in this one it felt a little like we were intruding. We turned one corner and ended up in the middle of a ...
... to Vernazza to see the sunset, which people were cheering for after it sunk below the sea. We were exhausted after our travels and seeing the towns so we went back to our hotel to sleep... and take a shower in the smallest & darkest bathroom ever. haha I was laying in bed & I could hear brad hitting hit elbows against the doors of the shower. *sigh* Still get a chuckle when I think of it. Tomorrow off to Rome!
... in Vernazza and our larger dinner in Riomaggiore we got to sample the exquisite pesto sauce invented in the Cinque Terre region. You owe it to yourself to eat their pesto (not to mention drink their wine) if you visit.
Despite the hike taking more out of us than we expected we really enjoyed our short stay in the Cinque Terre region. Hopefully the next time we get out there we can dedicate more time to ...