- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We must be in Italy! As it turns out Emmanuel spends his days managing the sun lounges on the beach so he does not have far to come. We work out the problem is one of the fuses as everyone has their air conditioning on. Anne puts a load of washing on and the fuse trips at least 20 times. We hope this is also the reason for the cold shower this ...
... A well-deserved peaceful day!
Lavagna is a delightful city on the Ligurian coast, the crescent-shaped slice of land that abuts the French border. The stretch of Mediterranean seafront is known as the Italian Riviera, making it a popular spot, yet Lavagna is relatively unknown despite its charm. It lies between Genova and La Spezia. It sits along the Entella River where it flows into the sea, bordered on the backside ...
... of most buildings and a lot of the repair work is still being carried out. On the early stages of the track leading out of Vernazza I took a photo of one house that had been cut in two by the flood waters. The walk to Monterosso took two hours and was a very steep climb out of Vernazza and there were several ascents and descents along the way. In parts the path was level and covered with earth but in other parts it was very rocky with uneven steps and rocks. Sometimes it was too ...
... to visit before we left the hotel.
Anyway we caught the train back to Monterosso del Mare and there really wasn't that much there either. There was a beach and some colourful umbellas and of course some cappuccino that we had to try. We took a few photos and moved on again.
The next stop was Vernazza. It was amazing. There were fishing boats, colourful umbrellas, neat little shops and it had ...
... chicken foot! Suddenly his friend called him as he had a huge octopus on his line. They tired and tried to pull it up but it held on tight to the rocks . Suddenly it let go and we all saw it close to the surface but it let go of the hook and was gone. Everyone said No in many languages. Oh well they all had fun whilst it lasted he did explain that the day before he caught one that was 1 kilo but that could have been a fisherman story. . Time ...