Portofino Kulm Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... village is on top of a hill so we climb the 383 steps to the top. It is very hot. I think she is trying to kill me, but luckily the stents keep the blood flowing and we soon find a nice restaurant to rest and refresh with a drink and a very nice bolognese. Back down the 383 steps and on to Vernazza which is absolutely packed with tourists. The village is probably the most picturesque, but you have to walk with the pack or be trampled. We decide to catch the ferry ...
We found a little bar - 'Er Posu' serving 'The Best Mojito' in town... we were not disappointed! We chatted with other International travellers... Aussies from Mornington and Americans from Maine.
Out for tea at one of the restaurants recommended by Fabrizia - 'Cecio'. It was on the hill with a sea view with an enthusiastic Italian waiter who tried to sell us everything we didn't need!
Off to Casa Fabrizia for bed... a long exciting day over!
... we ate pre-made peanut butter rolls and then Erin had a gelato. To be able to walk any further after lunch we had to alter our route as the normal trail was shut between the 3rd and 5th towns (Corniglia-Manarola-Riomaggiore) due to recent landslides in the area. It meant our only option was to take an alternative trail between the 3rd and 4th towns (Corniglia-Manarola) even though it was double the distance and more than double the climb of the normal trail. It ...
... Then we looked for dinner. We didn't find anything we wanted to eat, so we went back to the Hostel and had a magnificent and delicious dinner. I loved dessert the best. We had the cake with a lemon topping and another piece that didn't have lemon topping. Everything was delicious. Our day in the Cinque Terre was great! ~Ethan
... see the ocean, mountains, vines and village. The waitress was an older lady who did not speak much English. When we ordered the entrée she said something in Italian and gestured to the menu, this didn’t mean much to us so we just agreed with her. We discovered why, when the food came out as it was not what we had ordered, oh well, it was still nice. We also ordered the house white which was a Riomaggiore wine. We were pleasantly surprised when it ...