UNA Hotel Versilia
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... it down. We drove to Lavento, which is the nearest town to the Cinque Terre National Park where you can catch the trains to the other towns or walk. We got all the information we needed on the ferries that run between the towns and the trains as well as the information on the walks. We decided to head to the furthest town from Lavento in Cinque Terre on the train for a bit of a look around. This town was called Riomaggiore. We had lunch while we were there. Son ...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MEEEEEE! This morning, with the flowers delivered yesterday (from mum, dad and happy) and the pre-written cards on the table, Sam and I had egg and tomato for brekky then went for a walk through riommagiore. We went for a swim and then caught the ferry to portovenere. The port was really pretty. It was surrounded by a massive castle and castle walls. The huge stones lining the waters edge were covered in ...
... I could dive off into the deep green sea! Chris talked me out of it! I reckon my brother in law Ted will give it a go when he stays here in July! Thank you to those readers who provided very positive comments about my 'scarpa Italiano'. I do believe I have taken over as the fashion setter in our family now! Unfortunately today's pictures indicate somewhat of a regression. Blame the ...
Coming down was easy. A cool breeze greeted us and I actually started to cool down. We could see the Vernazza ahead of us. Thank God we are getting close to town! We are running out of water. We will need to get more. The view of Vernazza was beautiful when we got to the edge of town. I almost wish I would have booked this town, instead of Manarola. However, there are things I do like about Manarola.
We decided on having lunch before starting out on the second leg of ...
... Once we had had enough we hopped on the train back to Riomaggiore; there was no way we were hiking back. We were too tired to try and sit at a restaurant so we grabbed a couple of sandwiches and some fresh fruit and headed back to the room where we relaxed for the rest of the evening. We watched the Spain vs. Portugal football match which was a good game to see. Tomorrow we leave Cinque Terre and head back to Rome; it's out last full day in ...