St Mauritius Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up about 8am today ready to go to conference. I realised the rugby was on and my team... Doggies and rabbits were playing beqxh other in the final. Went to find a pub where they were showing the game. Was supposed to meet Matt Barnsley a fella I had met on Facebook like last year I think. Anyway we didn't end up meeting Saturday night but we meet Sunday at the chapel. Kind of cute fella, a little short for me- we all know my issues with not feeling like a giraffe ...
... But they caught some fish and were quite self congratulatory about it. And we heard the trains aren't running until tomorrow due to strike action. - we hope that doesn't persist. We were back at the B&B about 10pm to do hand washing, the blog, and work on subsequent holiday plan. It's another warm night in our room, with the balcony door open and just a sheet. Rain is likely tomorrow in which event we won't do the ...
... lovely boat ride to visit the towns and generally loafed around soaking in the atmosphere and beautiful views. The water is the clearest and bluest we have seen for a long time. So inviting we have had a couple of swims. Leesie is right you just float and as Relle said in the water today it is hard for her to keep her legs down. I have also had the best ever gelato which I consider is about good enough to die for! I had two boules, vanilla and pistachio. Mouth waters just thinking about ...
... Spent the day cruising up the coast, lunch in Rio Maggiore, avo drinks up one of our local lane ways, siesta (still out of whack a bit), dinner at a beachside restaurant of dubious quality where I had to send back the caiparinya coz it was like petrol! + lemon granitas in rio Maggiore - dinner was terrible i - the number of lovely Americans we ...
... 5 Euro each for the day pass. It took about 2 hours to walk the whole distance. It was much easier to walk the trail in the dry. The rocks and stones are very smooth due to the constant walker traffic and very slippery in the wet due to the mud. We showered and had a leisurely evening. Ron had a pizza for dinner and I had a Cinque Terre speciality of Trofie al Pesto (short pasta with basil ...