Park Hotel La Pineta
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... hill, reachable only by a steep switchback stair-case of 365 steps…or the tourist bus for 2e. We opted for the bus. We spilled out into the small square to a panorama of vineyard covered hills, sea coast, and village buildings. We threw our selves straight into the mix, heading up one of the narrow alleys leading off the square. We ambled along, stopping to explore some side alleys and tiny piazzas. Soon we ...
... well preserved and very well presented, quite a contrast to Athens, which made the experience so much more enthralling. I like to think I got the full experience from the Ancient Rome, to the Capital of the Catholic Church, eating pizza drinking beer whilst watching Rome play football (albeit in anime ish bar) to an attempt of pickpocket at the local train station. Rome is a big story book waiting to be explored. I had a fantastic time. I'm giving Rome "9 out of 10 ...
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 ...
... half hour swim.
The harbor was deep. I went to the shallower areas where all of the kids were swimming. I was surprised at how clear it was with all those people in the water.
I sent out Emails to the police and Italian Rail system, hoping that they may have my phone. It is a long-shot, but we had to try.
There were no kebab joints in Manarola, so we had to eat Italian. Our B&B – B highly recommended a place called Trattoria dal Billy. Kim wanted ...
... was most certainly gone but not a went to waste.
As the time ticked by we decided that we should head off to the first town in the early afternoon so hopped on a train to Riomaggiore. The train was rickety and old fashioned and the ride short, there was an element of excitement as we awaited our arrival in this small, traditional seaside town. Sitting back there was little to see out of the window as we passed through the dark tunnels in the ...