Santa Caterina Park Hotel - Sarzana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and much more fun to descend than it looked like it would have been to ascend...
Upon arrival to Monterosso we had some gelato and bought some beer before heading to the beach. On the beach, we randomly decided to start some art projects with the driftwood cluttering the beach. We also went for a hunt to find walking sticks!!
We both left fairly satisfied with our selections and took the train back to Vernazza.
... staff (maybe it was my friend James!) doing bottle runs, carting a big wheeled crate of empty bottles to the recycling bank butted up against the compound's fence. I'm assuming he had no idea I was there.
Even then I didn't get any peace for ages. The final disturbance was a couple returning to their car and as their voices got closer I was sure they'd see me. So before they got close enough I ducked out of the boat and nonchalantly sat down on the beach, my hands ...
... waiting boat, which was to carry us along the coast and down to city number one, thereby completing our circuit. I dragged Violet up to the open-air deck on top. I have no idea how long the five-mile journey took. The force of the wind in my hair left me feeling concussed. And frozen. But the view? Wouldn't change it for the world. I wouldn't have thought it possible, but the soft orange light of the sunset managed to enhance the beauty of ...
... with the snow clinging onto its branches… to the balluardos with the snow making all their hard edges seem as if the scene was from a fairytale…to the botanical gardens looking more like a postcard than anything else…and San Martinos cathedral looking like a model set….to the café sulla mura, the trees…the cars…the paths… the buses…everything!!!!!
I finally finished my walk around and walked back up our street with Mary ...
... could also get water, Italian cookies and candy, magazines and souvenirs.
Speaking of pit-stops: Before we'd left the States, a few of us were wondering/worried about the state of public restrooms in other countries. Did we need to bring our own cushy TP? Would there be familiar accommodations or just a hole in the ground? Well, I can say without hesitation that the TP situation is just peachy keen. On the other hand, the ...