Park Hotel Cinquale
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... sail on to the next village of Vernazza. The village of Corneglia is higher up and doesn’t reach the seashore, so it is photographed as we pass by.
We decide to call it a day in Vernazza. We’ve visited just three of the five villages, but we feel we have done a lot in our day. We happily voyage back to Lerici on our comfortable vessel, albeit though choppy waters with a few passengers suffering from “mal de mer”. ...
... offering rooms to tourists.
Did rikkk shave's walking tour of town, learned more about 2011 flood and how swiss engineers were brought in (the italian ones weren't good enough, apparently) afterwards to reinforce the city's defenses so another catastrophic flood wouldn't wash away half the town again.
Ate delicious gelato because 2,000 calorie, 150 gram protein food assault at lunch wasn't enough (I made those numbers up but they probably ...
... with bands playing loud music on the beach with lots of dancing and the music fills the whole town up to the castle and ridge. We also see part of an Italian wedding at the church on top of the fortress/castle. It has just the one very narrow street squeezed in between the rocky beach and the hillside. As with the Cinque Terra villages the street has 3-4 storey houses on either side with tiny shops on the ground floor. We get back to Levanto around 7pm and have a relaxing ...
So today we slept in and woke up to the wonderful noise of the ocean. It was quite romantic if I do say so. My number one goal for the day was to lay on a beach and do nothing! After Paris my feet needed a rest and this was the one place we would actually be able to rest. First we set out to get groceries or some sort of food. We took like 2 steps out our door and bam! We were in the town circle thing and then 2 more and bam! We walked the whole town. The town was small and cute ...
... to Seabourn square for a hot drink and final Backgammon challenge. Peter was feeling tired so we didn’t get to finish the set. Besides we want to have our first cooked breakfast in Colonnade tomorrow morning before we disembark at 8am which means we will be up very early tomorrow morning.
One thing I haven’t mentioned is the amount of plastic surgery some of the passengers have had. ...