Hotel Riviera Blu
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stopping to explore the Manarola cemetery and then walking out to the end of Punto Bonfiglio, the point on which the cemetery lies and the location of nice little playground with toilets (squat ones - and a standard one as well) and picnic benches. We stopped to have a snack on a nice shady bench with a view of the ocean and then continued around the Punto and back towards the Manarola harbor. This last leg of our walk greeted us with the ...
... by bus, and again parked a distance away, walking into the walled city. There was no tour--it was all free time for 1.5 hours!
Because it was so swelteringly hot, first thing I did was go into a coffee shop/sweet shop/bar nearby and get a cold coffee drink and a sweet chocolate filled pastry plus a water to go. That hit the spot perfectly and gave me the energy for the rest of my ramble, which was at a much slower, more relaxed pace than Pisa, where I was ...
We awoke the next day, bright and early. Though it was a struggle for me, a non-morning person, waking up to the news that Marquette had made it to the sweet 16 for the 3rd year in a row made the morning that much... sweeter! We left the house at 630 on the dot in order to make our 7:35 train. Unfortunately our transportation woes continued. The busses were running slower than normal, so we had to sprint from our ...
... trek to the Leaning Tower of Pisa was wet, but bearable. I followed the directions I found online and easily located the tower. I quickly took my traditional holding-the-tower-up picture and then just walked a little around the complex. Finally, I headed back down the main street just to see what else Pisa had to offer, which isn’t much. The rain decided to get a little ********* my trek back to the train station. I was about 5 minutes walk away when it started down pouring. So, ...
... high priced rooms..
Note to Maritz followers of my blog: In the lobby was an EdwardJones desk, and sure enough, the Travel Directors behind the desk were Maritz folks. They had joined Maritz many years after I had left (1999), but it was fun to chat. They didn’t even know John Rae, so they were truly newbies.
At 5:15, we met Len in the lobby and ...