Hotel Stella Maris
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pickin’ time – thank Christ!! This was washed down with some fine local red and Bob, being the generous Patriarch that he is, picked up the tab. Legend!
The next day was the last day of my 30’s and Jen and I decided to do the famous walk from Monterosso to Vernazza. Each village is linked by a spectacular mountain trail, but since this is the end of the season only two sections were open. Our trail was three km’s long and it claimed that ...
... spent the next few days resting, laying on the beach (really nothing like Aust. Beaches) eating out, lots of yummy gelato, a delicious mussel and clam soup, breakfast in a beach side café all very pleasant.
On Monday we took the train through the craggy mountains that make up much of that coastline to five of the little villages collectively referred to as the Cinque ...
... stopped and bought ham olives and peaches for our trip ...we had bread left over from breakfast...grabbed our swimmers and off we went .... Got to the train station to find the train was on time yeh ...better than yesterday ...the plan was to race and catch the ferry leaving 10 minutes after our train arrival ....we raced through the tunnel and arrived at the boat ticket office to find that due ...
... preparation for our next journey to Rome. Our last night in Forcoli we went To a little restaurant Lelo which had magnificent pizza's for dinner and then to the kids favourite Gelato Bar!
Marty has a favourite coffee place in Forcoli -that he has visited everyday for his coffee fix! it is the Italian version of Bellyfish (Terrigal) -a quick goodbye & we are on our way to Rome!Stay tuned for our next adventures.
Kennedy 6 ...
... and the Field of Miracles that holds the Duomo and the Leaning Tower was filled on all sides by vendor stalls. We viewed the Leaning Tower briefly, took a few photos, then escaped the stifling heat by snacking in the nearby McDonalds while we waited for our connecting train. After connecting in La Spezia we finally arrived in Riomaggiore the first of the 5 Cinque Terre coastal towns. It was absolutely ...