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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not too many have seen. We are walking to Vernazza and go off in search of the path, finding the ticket man and paying our few euro. I ask him how long the walk is....he says casually, an hour or so. Signing in perfect Italian (2 fingers walking on the palm of my hand), walking or power walking?? He laughs.....no,no, just awalking........hmmmmmm, something tells me I may look back on this day and find something was lost in translation. But, there are other ...
... wine while the kids played on the sand and Scott and Gareth planned their nerf filming. I then went for a walk with my camera and the boys came too to film some chase sequences .
As the light began to fade we picked a restaurant on the front for dinner – one which did chips(Lara's ...
... about 15mins we headed off. This is 5 little fishing hamlets set along the North Eastern coast of Italy, about 5km apart in all. It is possible to walk between them, but we chose to do the ferry and view it from the sea. We chose to start at the furtherest town, Monterosso to try to avoid the crowds, that as usual, were flocking to the touristy points of interest. This was a quaint place with the usual It's European style narrow lanes and high buildings either side. ...
... we could see them nestled in amongst the mountains. It was really interesting to see how the vines were growing on such a steep mountain. We decided we would not want to be the person picking them as it seemed quite dangerous! Sometimes the track was really narrow and quite a steep way down, you had to be careful when passing someone. In a small hamlet between the villages we met another Aussie couple who had massive packs because they were camping. I was ...
... the stations which service each of the five villages. Your stop at a station is usually complemented by a stunning view of villages built into the hillside overlooking a marina and impressive coastline.
La Lanterna, by the marina in Riomaggiore. We shared a simply brilliant meal hosted by our very friendly, relaxed host. By some margin our best meal whilst away. The dishes that each of us ordered were brilliant. For Primi Piatti, Ronnie and Tasha shared a dish ...