Hotel Stella Marina
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a gym top, and it was putrid.
No loving from the girls at all, and quite frankly I was struggling myself......so off to get a new tee, and bit of a de-skank, and all good again.
As we had run out of trails we headed down to the train to check out the last two towns, Manarola and Riamaggiore.
Both were lovely, typical of the area with small lanes heading towards the sea, lined by shops and restaurants with three or four floors of apartments ...
... with the rest of the crew for the Oyster. There was no offer of help to get to the station, I was just told that it was 2 km ‘that way’... I also had to decide whether to fly from Genoa or Pisa... It is peak time here now and flights are around €300. Once I leave Palma with the Oyster I am all covered but first I have to get home. I found a tantalizing deal flying from Milan with easy-jet for €8 but when I tried to book it, the ...
... bad - but unknown to us at the time, 50m from the Kareoke bar) and finally went for a lovely swim in the sea. THe beach was pandemoneum, even at 5pm on a Sunday evening, school holidays and in the middle of summer.
There were even people selling **** on the beach here, despite it being a private campsite beach. Some set up their table right next to shane right on the waters edge which ruined any last shred of serenity that there was there. ...
... late, so we were worried that we wouldn't make our next train on time. When we got to La Spezia, we checked the screen on the platform we got off at and saw our train was still there, at another platform, so we raced to the other platform and jumped on the train. Now, in Italy, you buy a train ticket but have to validate it in a machine. On pretty-much every train we had gone on in Italy thus far, ticket inspectors had come around to make sure people had validated ...
... at the front desk and headed up the two flights of stairs to the room to grab our carry-on items. When we got there, our key no longer worked because we had cleared our account. Down the stairs Patrick went again to have the key reset. Back up the stairs to find out it still didn't work. Down the stairs I went, insisting to the front desk clerk I didn’t want a ...