Hotel Riviera Blu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... obviously be very busy in the summer. But it seemed that less than a dozen rooms were occupied while we were there. We decided to go into Pisa for a few hours to keep ourselves awake. However, it took about 10 minutes to start the car. We had to stop back at the airport on the way to Pisa to ask the correct way to start the car. It turns out you have to have your foot on the clutch when you turn the key and if ...
... coming the other way it would have got very ugly very quickly. Lunch break was a double purpose visit for me good food and to get directions, sure enough the b&b place that couldn't be located on the sat nav was just 8 kms down the road, too easy! And the food what can I say, magnificent With the help of directions from the wait staff I was able to find the b&b quite quickly, though the Italians are not big ...
... patience and momentum. The train finally came and, minutes later, we arrived in Vernazza. So, far we hadn't experience many crowds in Cinque Terre. It was off-season and it was only Friday. But I guess everyone was in Vernazza. After all that peace and quiet, Vernazza was chaotic. We fought our way through the crowds and made it to the harbor. Unlike, the other villages, Vernazza church was right on the harbor, Santa Margherita Church. Santa ...
... future performance. Next stop was the Torre Guinigi, which is a big tower with trees at the very top and amazing views of the city. We did a bit more exploring but by now were needing a cold refreshment, so we bought a couple of beers and headed back to the grassy area at the top of the outer walls. We sat in the sun for ages, sipping our beer and chatting. We could see storm clouds rolling in and there was an ominous feel that it was about to open up on us. So we hopped on ...
... br> It was a pretty amazing sight. I must have seen that tower a million times in photos but seeing it from real it was quite spectacular. Fintan spent a long time scrutinising it and wondering about all the work of restauration that involved to keep it safe.
Instead I was thinking what would have happened to Berlusconi's face if he was hit by the Pisa Tower model instead of the Duomo of Milan one...