Hotel Relais San Rocco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... upon a little stream, took some artsy photos, then took a side track that seemed to lead up to the top of the mountain, but it actually led to an enclosed rock formation that has an attached rope to assist people getting in and out of it. We thought maybe it continued up the other side, but it was so steep and overgrown with brambles that we decided not to chance it. We returned to the main track, crossed a little bridge, and came out the other side ...
June 7th, 2013 After our over night train we had a transfer at 8:00 am in Venice to a train to Florence. We then transferes in Florence to a smaller and slower train going through Pisa and stopping in La Spezia. We knew it was going to be a long travel night and day, so we had packed snacks like granola bars, juice boxes, and apples, which we ate all throughout the morning. Getting off in Venice and Florence, we knew that we would be returning in a matter of days. The train ride ...
... the time you parked. Blue markings mean you have to pay at a machine and display a ticket, yellow are reserved for residents only so are a no no for us tourists. The place we found is a new car park which has yellow and blue markings but has no machines to buy a ticket yet so you park free!
We had a wander around the town and out to the marina and found the local supermarket COOP where we ...
... was at the desk and busy pouring wine for the Norwegian couples, but I eventually asked her for restaurant recommendations as I wanted to try a different restaurant tonight. I like to try several different restaurants in the places I visit, as that provides not only information for my future visits, but also information I can relate to others on the HelpLine.
One of the places she suggested was Al Carugio, also a place I have dined at before. ...
Historically, many of the villages on the Mediterranean were walled to protect against attacks from the sea. This area of the coast was often attacked by Muslim pirates and Vikings. Viking influence can still be seen in the occasional fair-skinned, red-headed children of the native villagers in the region.
Vernazza has the only proper harbor in the Cinque Terre. It was founded about 1000 A.D. and was ruled by the Republic ...