Luna di Marzo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... than anything, but the sun was still shinning, and our akin was still pale, so we sucked it up and layed on the rocky beach. We layed in the beach for about and hour and a half, and realized it was about 5:30-6:00 and neither of us had eaten since breakfast... We packed up our towels, and walked back into the old town to find a place to eat. For about fifteen minutes we walked and thankfully found this small little pizzeria in a back alley, the only reason we decided to enter it ...
... at what appeared to be a much bigger location I thought, ah, this must be Monterosso! Again, a village with plenty of food on offer and shops selling fridge magnets! I didn't even think to take my bathers but soaked up a little of the sun. (I had seen on the BBC news that it was going to be 15 degrees in Melbourne today so I'd best enjoy this weather while I can!) Tomorrow I depart for Rome. I know that I will be busy there - with so much to see! This will be my final Italian ...
... next few days, the southen most town ..Riomaggiore!
Our accomodation was a gem, a house with all the creature comforts and amazing views, it provided the perfect base on which to start exploring.
First day we set along walking from Riomaggiore along the Via Del Amore, the romantic and scenic 'Walk of love', a place littered with lovers artwork and inscriptions. This trail connected Riomaggiore to Manarola. Naturally ...
... of the day with a positive attitude.
Overall, it was actually a really fun day. All of these things that happened are things that only make the story better. Cinque Terre was still beautiful, even in the rain, and throughout the entire hike we were laughing and having a great time. I definitely want to go back one day, hopefully when it is a bit sunnier, but it probably won't be anytime soon. I'm okay with that though. I don't think my legs could handle the hike again anytime soon.
... day and just wondered what it would be like in summer. Bloody crowed most likely.
Our next stop was back to Murano. Surprisingly by the time we had got there the water level had gone down and we freely explored the island, with many of the shops which had been closed the day before now open. We were hoping to see one of the masters of hand blown glass show us how it is done, but as it was New Years they had all gone to celebrate early. ...