Luna di Marzo
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... into Manarola.
Traversed terraced hillsides that are used for growing grapes in summer. Warm weather, ocean views, and smell of the plants reminded me heavily of southern California. If you blindfolded me, dropped me here and then asked me where I was, I would say camp pendleton.
Ate tasty chocolate gelato, did a self guided tour of Manarola as the rain began to fall. Manarola has a small waterfront but is a ...
... We leave to catch a train to Riomaggiore where we have decided to do an easy walk to Manarola. Our feet are pretty sore from the last two days of hiking stone steps and rocks which are not easy on the soles. We get to Riomaggiore around 1215 and easily find the trailhead. You really can't call this a trail as it is basically a walking path and only takes 20-30 minutes to the next town. Because of this, it is pretty popular and filled with people who will walk this ...
... and clouds remained but better than rain. I decided I would not bring my rain jacket. After Rome I'd rather be too cold than too hot. We hiked to Portovenero. We and some others go separated from the main group and missed a turn or two but managed to get back on track. As we neared the town we had great views of a church standing out on a promontory as well as of the town. When we hit the town the rain started again but not too heavy. If ...
... at the last town. The girls are up at the same time Derek is and they ask him to if they could go with him. I wake up thinking that Derek had left with the girls and Manuel, Scott and I were gonna do the hike. That morning I find out that Manuel has a 10 hour ride back home and they was potential for a train strike which could seriously delay all trains into Florence. He lived in North-East Italy and to get back that same day. So he traveled this far to spend a couple ...
... train to the 5th town that was furthest away and made our way back from there. Each town was set out a little differently but they all had a similar laid back feel to them. They had a port that the ferry could pull up to and the walk down to the water was always lovely. By the time we had reached the town next to ours we stopped for lunch. We chose a restaurant that had little paper notes pinned to the menu at the entrance with comments by ...