- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We were clickitty clacking on the cobblestones as we passed the Patheon dragging our luggage, and walked back to our bus stop.
We headed back to the garage where we had left our car.Feeling sad to be leaving Rome. It is another warm day. We haven't worn thermals in over a week now and have enjoyed feeling the warmth of the sun.
Today we are heading to Pisa to visit the worlds most famous architectural disaster. Then onto La Spezia to sleep.
We get to ...
... stunning views. Due to flash flooding in 2011, two coastal walks between Riomaggiore and Manarola and onto Corniglia are closed. There was much damage and is still not fully restored to be safe enough. So I decided to walk the long way around between Riomaggiore and Manarola via the 500m altitude ridge! This was a great walk but it was incredibly steep and I ran out of water. The track up to the top of the ridge is approximately 3km. So ...
... bar where there were no other tourists just locals. It was packed to the brim!! I may have had a few too many mojitos and got a little loud...Italy lost the game and were out of the World Cup. The locals weren't too happy with the effort and used quite a few profanities to voice there disappointment. Oh well, that's how the cookie crumbles!! I'm going for Mexico now!! I woke up at 6am all excited for the day ahead, there was ...
... leave soon after dinner. I walked them back to Cantina di Miky and I'm sure they had an excellent meal there, while enjoying the sound of waves crashing into the beach and the sun setting over Mar Ligure. I finally headed back to the Hotel, as I was badly in need of a rest, and my feet and legs were getting very sore!
At about 19:30 I decided to head out for dinner so that I could get back early and do some work on the computer. The girl that ...
... awesome cars and boats. (I want that one.........!!!!!) best was the McClaren!
Hurtled around a hundred hairpin bends to get out of Menton and eventually made our way to Levanso vis Le Spezia in Italy!
Levanso is a town just north of the 5 towns known as Cinque Terra, these are unaccessible via car, so we caught the train today to visit 2 of the towns. Riommogore and Manola, in no particular order or spelling, were on the list today.