Hotel Stella Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... scenery and beautiful villages. An amazing area of Italy.
Internet services are not great on boat so am posting this sitting in a cafe in Cannes. Won't post another until get to St Paul de Vence on Sunday. Hope everyone is well.
... Cemetery. The churches in Europe require modest dress standards. This means no mini skirts, short shorts and singlets. We don't understand the need to cover our bodies to enter the churches as the bible states that we were made in gods image. Apart from that, there are also a lot of sculptures and art inside of the churches which depict half naked men and women (titties out). But the main reason I'm complaining because it is ...
... Nancy had purchased us tickets to a very intimate event this evening, so we headed to the train station around 4pm to ensure we made it back in time.
2.5 hours later we are in Florence hurrying home to get ready for an Italian Opera! Carmen.
We grabbed a quick bite to eat and then walked to the small church named Saint Marks. It was absolutely gorgeous. The ceilings were full of frescos, the hanging lights were old ornate ...
... 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. ...
... Terre literally translates into 5 hills. Cinque Terre is composed of five villages: Monterosso al mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore
The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park . The villages of Cinque Terre were hit hard with torrential rains which caused floods and mudslides in 2011, there fore many of the villages were ...