My One Hotel La Spezia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not like to stay in any of the actual villages, the logistics would be a nightmare, so La Spezia or perhaps even Levanto are good choices.
Travel day - 11th Sept - travelled on an Intercity train from La Spezia to Milano Centrale via Genoa, and then a regionale train to Como where we were picked up by Thomas and driven (for a price) to our apartment in Blevio.
We are half way up a mountain, 2nd floor, no lift, ...
... suitcases, sweating in the midday sun) only to find it was the wrong way, and then tried a different exit (legs aching too from the stairs) only to find THAT was the wrong way too. I then went off on a recce leaing the others in the shade to try and find the right road. Once I found it – it was really close to walk to Camping Torre Pendente where we were staying. It ...
We thought we'd have another go at looking at the Cinque Terre and this is what we've done over the last couple of days. Yesterday (June 11) was a 'let's not do much day', so we decided to visit Manarola. It is much like the other Cinque Terre villages, except that its harbour is small and more enclosed. The water is VERY deep and the loveliest blue colour. It was pretty hot, so Rob and Em decided to buy some togs and went for ...
... fills. Pisa - leaning tower is technically not leaning but sinking due to many floods and silt wash, once upon a time. The tower is not the only building sinking in Miracle Square bit it's certainly the most impressive. Due to a request, I have no photos of anyone trying to hold the tower up only trying to push it down. It truly is a sight to see. We were told to lean is 4.1 degrees but I don't know. Maybe the Italians measure angles like ...
... a beautiful turquoise sea. High above are vineyards on the slopes of the mountains for making the delicious regional wine. We arrived in the town we were using as our home base - Monterosso. Out of all the towns, this one is most like a beach resort town. Upon walking out of the train station, we were greeted by a lively boardwalk-type area with shops and restaurants, and beyond it hundreds of beach umbrellas. The sun was hot ...