Park Hotel La Pineta
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a very very long day. The worst part about Italy is that all rail stations only have steps, steps & more steps, not easy when you are lugging cases & moving to different platforms, was a frustrating & tiring day. Today made up for it though, it has just been lovely, had late breakfast, went down for a walk (you are either going down a hill or up a hill here) & had coffee & the yummiest yoghurt ...
Today was our BIG WALKING DAY! We had all of one official walk to complete - Monterosso to Vernazza... which unfortunately (or fortunately?) seemed to be the longest one, and in our opinion the **********e! Particularly when hearing from everyone that the easier way to go is Vernazza to Monterosso... bugger. Anyway we slept in this morning, but seeing as our window only had sheer curtains, the sun didn't allow to long a lie in anyway. We had a ...
... to do the Find Our Hostel dance, which usually involves Elle or I reading instructions aloud and the listener arguing that it wasn't possible to turn right at the top of the stairs, or the tunnel was on the other side of the street and these directions are stupid. We staggered up a very steep hill and found what was supposedly the office of our hostel. But there was no one there, and only a sign on the door telling us to call either of two numbers. Great. Neither of us ...
Another "all you can eat" breakfast then a drive back to Berceto where I had met Glynice and Brian. Boots back on, bag worryingly lighter (Glynice was taking some stuff back for me and it made a big difference, but do I really not need those things?) and wave goodbye as they drove off leaving me to walk alone up the path into ...
... of them in Italy!
The only place we went in was the Duomo. It was beautiful inside. When Kim gets to Notre Dame, she is going to think it is plain. It is when you think of all the colors you see in Italian churches.
We took a train to La Spezia after we got our bags. I was pretty sure we were on the right track, but I did not take a second look at the sign before boarding. I burned up a little more data to see if we were going in the right direction. We were. ...