Hotel Venere Azzurra
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... s all downhill.
The descent is steep at times, but manageable. Nevertheless it’s not something to tackle the other way around. After enjoying the beach, we’ll have to find the trusty "S" bus to get us back to our lodgings.
At the beach I bid everyone farewell and start my hike through Lerici to the next coastal village of Tellaro, considered by some as one of the prettiest villages in Italy.
I climb out of Lerici by ...
... to Lerici. We parked up and had a wander down the impressive seafront. It's always a pleasure to walk across this promenade. We'd just managed to miss the ferry and the next one wasn't due until 2.30pm but would then take a few hours to get down the coast so we agreed we'd give it a miss and take in the local surroundings instead. We grabbed a coffee and watched life go by, which is always a good thing to do in Italy. ...
... queen bed and an actual shower! There’s a little tiny, and I mean tiny, fridge (about 3 inches deep) and a small balcony with two chairs overlooking the quaint village and the sea.
We really needed showers after the workout with the luggage, so we got that done and then went out. We bought a few snacks at a little store and found a place to eat at…Il Porticciolo.
For those ...
... a lowlife". And then they'd call the police. That's just what people are, a bunch of interfering, status-obsessed ***** who stick their noses into affairs that couldn't possibly affect them at any eventuality.
I met a guy back in Nice who works at the hostel and sleeps in his van on the road outside. "Good for him", I remember thinking. But not everyone sees it that way. I get that people sleeping rough presents certain problems. I understand those problems but I also can't ...
... watching people work these steep slopes and harvesting all these grapes by hand. Moving a little further, I see two houses that were cut in half, possibly by last years flood. Vernazza and the town of Monterosso that we were in yesterday were both devastated by a huge flood last October. It is why we had changed our plans of staying here four nights to just two nights and two nights in Rapallo. The towns are surrounded by steep hillsides and a bad storm dumped ...