Travel Blogs from Lavagna
... hiking boots and stocks. Brings back the joy of hiking.
As we walk, we awaken green lizards lazing and enjoying the sun.
Predominantly white wine is grown in this region. It is dry and a golden colour - most enjoyable. This area is also known for Sciacchetra – a dessert wine.
As we walk around we keep seeing Manarola and other towns perched high above us. The path isn’t ...
... the water listening to the waves splash around. Reminded us a lot of Greece as we got lost in our thoughts - 'we are really lucky to be here so enjoy this moment to the fullest'.
We’ve had an incredible 3 days here and someday we hope to come back, hopefully on a bigger budget :)
Now we’re on a train making our way to Siena. It’s going to be a long day as we need to make 3 train transfers to get there (budget travel is tough).
... last minute. Equally I am trying not to keep asking ‘NOW can we do the cabins?’ every 5 minutes because they obviously have a plan.
I am comforted that they have asked me about next year and contracts etc but with the Cape Town to Rio race planned for January I am not sure I can commit. Plus I am itching to get on a boat with string and flappy bits and if i consume any more pasta, rice or chocolate nut cluster cereal then my boyfriend is going to start asking ...
... settling with what we could get has turned into a day of getting what we wanted all along. after a Coke break in Corniglia, it's hard if not impossible to find Pepsi here, we hike back to Vernazza. Along the way we pass coming the other direction about 7 other groups. All but one were not Americans. Apparently we are the only nationality that gets out and hikes past 6:00pm. At last we hear the ringing of the church bell in Vernazza at 7:30pm as the town comes into ...
... and we were being picked up at 9am by our tour guide to see the Pantheon, the Colliseum, and anything else we could squeeze in between. Unfortunately, my big pep talk the night before about how having a guide was such a treat, and that we were splurging for a guide because there was so much to see and do and learn in Rome that we didn't want to waste time by figuring it all out on our own, wah wah wah wah wah wah. (imagine the teacher's voice from the Peanut's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking