Park Hotel Cinquale
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Terri-Lees and sat in their balcony and chatted. The environs was good, situated on a corner where we could hear the activity below from the restaurants and watch the world go by, though by 11.30pm it was quietening down, and so were the four of us, well as much as women go quiet. Then it was home to bed and the blog, and light out at 1am. Tomorrows forecast is fine. We intend a quiet day. We'll look at a couple of historic sites in the old town and head for the ...
... bandaids. Nurse Diane was on hand to stop the bleeding and any possible infection.
Riomaggiore is a lot bigger than Manarola and really pretty. We stopped off for our customary latte and freshly squeezed orange juice before further explorations at Ristorante dau Cila.
Peter dipped his feet into the Ligurian Sea while I remained perched high up on the granite wall.
We wanted to walk back to Manarola over the ...
... us how to prepare fresh pesto sauce using a mortar and pestle. Delicioso, they have been preparing this regional specialty here for centuries. I thought this came from a plastic tub from Trader Joe's . . . Pesto lasagna was followed by fresh fish from the Mediterranean (just across the street) and dessert and local wine. Favorite food: Without a doubt, the fresh-made pesto sauce served on a plain cracker. Followed by the pesto lasagna or perhaps the fish . . . No gelato today - no ...
... also very surprised with some of the people attempting the walk. Obviously not knowing what they were getting themselves into. Once making it to monterosa, I was in desperate need for a swim, to cool down and also freshen up at the same time. I was pretty sweaty to say the least. As the walk to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd towns were closed I had to train it there, although by this stage, I was definitely over walking and it was far too hot. Made it to ...
... in Venice. We stayed at a campsite and ate some amazing pizza outside of the city (which is key since food inside the city isn't so good). The next day we got lost in the city following canals, bridges, and winding sidewalks. They conveniently have shops every two steps so we of course gazed at some Murano gkass and leather bags (all three of us may have bought leather jackets). We ate some gelato from Gromethe good stuff-andneither left thein city exhaustedfollowing ...