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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... by any means) bumping into people, climbing over cases, and finally, the carriage.........with some yanks in our seats. Some discussion later, said yank says...no, you are in the wrong carriage..you need to go down two more. But we just came from there? Mortified, we had to return through the same carriages, bent over like pretzels, pushing the cases past the same bemused passengers..no doubt thinking "are these people for real?" Paul says, oh **** it, ...
... people there, and I am sure I heard some Aussies but then, all of a sudden, I wasn't sure if I really wanted to see anyone I knew! Oh dear I've become happy in my own company I guess.
Back along the marina for the last time, I'm sitting at the water polo now for the last time and I am looking at this amazing view and soaking it all up. I will really miss this little life I've had a taste of. I'm sure I could've made friends eventually !!!????
I just love strolling around in the early evenings. It is absolutely fantastic. It lifts my spirits like nothing else.
I love looking at the boats and especially the little wooden ones and I love stopping for a few minutes to watch bits of the water polo game. Only in Italy can the team be hurling abuse and ...
... I did manage three acknowledgments today. At long last!!! These Italians are a tough bunch to crack.
The Gelateria Cioccolateria Gepi, where we have a coffee most days, is run by a lady who has 3 or 4 very good looking sons who also work there. They don’t seem to speak a lot of English and they have not been very friendly with our attempts to speak to them in Italian, but they are very pleasing to the eye. Today, for ...
Ciao della La Cinque Terre! (I think that is the correct way to say "Hello from the Cinque Terre in Italian").
We are now coming to the end of a perfect week in the Cinque Terre. The day after Riomaggiore, we decided to continue our exploration of the other towns. We began our journey in the tiny town of Corniglia. It is the third of the five towns and the only one not directly on the water. Right when we got off the train, we were in for some exercise... the train ...