- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... and checked in. It was late afternoon but still 30 degrees and bright. We set up camp the waked the town. It was small and rad. Old grumpy Italian men lined the seat benches on the Main Street watching people and looking like muppets, young families walked with their kids and dogs with gelato, the tourist were easily identifiable by their red sun burnt glow, and stores all opened in the ...
... walked around the town and it seemed very similar to Vernazza with its narrow streets and alleys however had some larger places and plazas that were elevated above the street level giving it some great views out to sea. We found some stairs under a tree further back in the town and broke bread, eating some of the delicious pesto we purchased the day before. We then decided that we would continue south to the 1st village, Riomaggiorie .
We arrived via train then ...
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. ...
Corniglia, Cinque Terre, Italy. The five villages of the Cinque Terre: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore. Currently the low walking path between Corniglia and Manarola is closed but the high road over the mountain is open. The walking road between Manarola and Riomaggiore is completely closed. Breakfast is included in our accommodation. Ron had an Americano coffee and I had a Cappuccino. We had two pastries and tasty bread with jam. The day ...