Royal Sporting Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... there's a path that flows between them of which there were a number of mudslides and it wiped out the bath but you could visibly see it from the water taxis that we took to go from village to village. One thing Elizabeth and I can both agree upon oh my God a enough with the steps already. There were a Thone of steps for everything that was there today but that was to be expected because we are at the Bluffs of the Mediterranean ...
... it dangerous. The following town Corniglia is above sea level and therefore not one of the stops. On from here is Vernazza. We had decided not to get off here but wait until the next town Monterosso. Unfortunately whilst people were getting off and on at Vernazza, it took quite a while and the boat swayed back and forward, up and down and because we had to sit inside (top deck was full) Gary and I did not feel too flash!!!! ...
The four of us were met by a VBT representative along with 2 other couples where we jumped into a van for a short drive to our Hotel in Portovenere. We will use this a base camp for the next two days. Checked into our room facing the harbor with a nice balcony @ the Hotel Royal Sport .The room was quite small and the bathroom was teeny tiny, but it was clean and the view was spectacular!
After a shower – we explored the world ...
... Monterosso (the town that is furthest northwest), spent some time enjoying the town and then began the walk along the coast back to the next town, Vernazza. It was a beautiful walk, along a narrow path, built along the cliffs with lots and lots of steps. Climbing a lot of steps always provides a good workout, but when it is 93 degrees and humid, it is even a better workout. The hour and a half hike to Vernazza was great, and ...
... Google images and take a look ( you're welcome). Those town offered more than I expected and was the perfect hub for my forthcoming activities. On recommendation of my host, I headed by bus to the nearby town of Portovenere (where I am composing this entry). I can't remember how many times my mind exploded when we turned the last corner on the bus route, but it was a lot. And messy. I got to sit on the edge of the world. I spent the evening ...