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... Spezia, we were on our way! Once we got to the station, we bought a ticket for the entrance to the national park, and took another train towards the villages! That day we visited Manarola, Monterosso, and Vernazza. Unfortunately, the hiking paths connecting the towns were closed due to landslides and rainfall, but in hindsight it was probably for the best in letting my heels rest! I will most definitely come back to Cinque Terre! The views are absolutely breathtaking, and would be ...
... husband stuck up for us and really got into the guy but he wouldn't budge. Very frustrating and we spent about an hour trying to avoid paying it but we couldn't get out of it....he did atleast take off half the fine.
We did eventually make it to Rome but it was already dark and we then had to find our hostel. Outside the station was very sketchy and we were the only ones on the road walking so it was nerve wrecking to say ...
Would my passport be ready...this was the big question, this morning.. I went straight to the comune but, of course…it was closed, not opening until 2.30….so I went to the station and took some photos of the snow, then decided to walk around the wall taking more photos while the snow was still fresh. Then I bought and brought some lunch back home. Gosh it was so beautiful…. And bright …even with the ...
... music book with ‘Tosti’ songs (for me to photo copy) and showed me how to lock up after me…and then he left me to my own devices. What a nice man…and trusting of me as well which made me feel good.
I then spent the next hour or so starting again and doing exercises and not pushing myself at all…but by the end I was so excited. Not only had I found a place that was so special to be able to practice …hopefully everyday….but I had ...
... Pisa to see is overshadowed -- in terms of grandeur and magnificence -- by another building, the Pisa Cathedral (Duomo). This cathedral was begun in the 11th century and is a spectacular work of Romanesque architecture.
We were glad to have seen these sights in Pisa, but were also glad to be heading back to the countryside and our quiet apartment there.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility