Hotel Relais San Rocco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... a stream of traffic waiting at their red traffic light. You'd think they'd make tunnels big enough for two lanes, but no. After just 2 or 3 minutes we emerged into the town of Moneglia, and faced another traffic light. But this time the traffic light only went green for 1 minute every 20 minutes, so we had another long wait. This tunnel was quite long, it took about 8 or 9 minutes to travel through, and emerges right in Sestri Levante. What a crazy ...
I've discovered that the English smile means something completely different to the Italian smile!! For example, if we were to ask someone in Oz if it were possible to manage a particular task, they may nod their head and smile. You know they mean you are up to the task. However in Italy, if you ask the same question and they smile, it actually means that if you are stupid enough to try it then you'll eventually find out yourself. ...
... with a walnut sauce.
After a most enjoyable lunch we carried on to Levanto were we had our dessert, two scoops of Gelato (Ice Cream) in a sugar cone, delicious!
Thursday 28th it’s chucking it down to today so it’s a stay at home day.
Friday 29th The weather is a bit better today, just drizzle, so we went down to town to buy a Disco ...
... we don't have any photos ... take our word for it, though, the food and scenery were awesome!)
We returned on a late train to Vernazza, to pay our wine bill and spend an hour having dessert high up in a cliff top restaurant (a very light italian chocolate cake!), before retiring to our private balcony for one last toast to the beauty of the Italian Riviera.
... top of the tower. This was different because it had trees on the top... that counts, right? Then we checked out the local churches of San Michele in Foro and Cattedrale di San Martino before grabbing a bite to eat at a famous focaccia bread shop, Amedeo Giusti.
I was sad to part with the bikes but it was off to Pisa, which I surprisingly wasn’t that excited about and thought the leaning ...