- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that could make this more perfect is if we saw a lizard up here.” We are headed back to Ristorante Belforte tonight for another memorable meal.
Since we got through 3 of the 5 towns of the Cinque Terre in
1 day, today was a little more leisurely pace. We woke up pretty early and hopped the train to Riomaggiore. This town is a little more bustling than the other sleepy towns we’ve been through, but nonetheless beautiful. We ...
... Porticato Brignardello, a colonnade that provided covered access to the cathedral. The impressive Basilica of Santo Stefano (St. Stephen) sits on high and crowns the piazza atop its staircase. The beautiful basilica was built in the 6th century though renovated through the years. Beyond is the cemetery, where the marble memorials look like church spires, a striking sight.Other important sights include the Torre del Borgo, a 1500s ...
... bought it from the machine and went to buy some lunch to take on the train. We had a nice roll with an unpronounceable name from a shop which was attached to McDonalds. We made our way back to the platform using a very interesting little lift, we had to hold our finger on the arrow as the lift slowly moved between floors. Much easier than the stairs. Our train arrived on time and we set off again, this time in first class which was only €1 more ...
... and have enjoyed spending time with them on the trip, re-connecting. We are talking about future trips we can plan together.
After the initial sail away from Rome, we stopped the next morning at Portovenere, a very picturesque small port that is the gateway to the Cinque Terre, the five beautiful towns that are connected primarily by walking paths, along very steep seaside cliffs. We took the local ferry from Portovenere ...
From here on out, I'm greeting everybody in their language, but with a fat american accent (thanks Johannes). "Bonjerrrr mademuusel, a bud, a steak and some freeedom fries mercy beucap!" (France) Corsica was really great, but yesterday I decided to move on. I woke up at 8, had breakfast (good old croissant!) and then drove off towards Bastia. I caught a ferry there at 13.30 that would bring me to Livorno, Italy. ...