Storica Residenza StellaMaris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... well spent.
Whilst we know many of our friends have visited Cinque Terre and enjoyed the experience, for us we considered it to be overrated and really hard work. We found the Camogli & Portafino region to be far more beautiful and enjoyable (and less crowded).
For our last night we eat at a restaurant in the hotel and had a great meal, a shared seafood platter before a prawn curry and scallops in a zucchini soup combined with a great view.
... in our room), grabbed some nutella focaccia bread and unloaded our gear in the room. We discussed our plans for the night – and then realized that today wPublishing...as the fifth and we need to take a picture with our piņata. We decided to head out to Pie de Ma – a bar overlooking the sea (mare in Italian – ma in the local dialect) for a drink, some food, and pictures. As we approached it, several tour groups started heading up the stairs to the bar. Considering ...
... tower forms, open galleries, refined arcades and elaborate doorways. The Village is surrounded by very steeply-terraced Olive groves which are said to produce among the finest Olive oil in the country.
Vernazza is a quaint, tiny place, with a population of about 1,000. The entire Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The hike northwest from Vernazza to Monterosso (or vice versa) creates indelible memories of incredibly beautiful cliffs and ...
... each village. When we arrived at the second village we were starving and had a bite to eat. At lunch we met a Canadian couple that told us about a hike you can do between a mountain top village (not apart of Cinque Terre) to the next village on our list, Corniglia. This was great news as we were gonna get some hiking in like we had hoped. While we were having lunch we found out that some dude had crossed over the safety ...
... as pretty because we got onto a major highway. We made it to drop off the car only after filling up with half a tank of gas that cost us 50€, or $67!! For a Fiat! Crazy! But it was well worth the money to have our freedom around Tuscany and go to the towns we wanted that do not have train stops. We had a few hours to kill and Pisa, so we jumped on the local bus to the Leaning Tower, Torre Predente. Glad we did, it ...