Villa Le Luci Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the end of 12thC. Along the road to the Marina, there are gorgeous colourful houses (tower houses) with a boat dock in he middle. We saw the Castello and climbed and climbed to the top!! Such steep stairs and sooo many. Not a place for people with bad knees and back problems! Then we came back to the village (up and down more stairs) and had traditional seafood in cone containers. So cute. Then we headed back on the ferry to Manarola. What we have seen so far of the ...
... front just along from La Spezia but not apart of the Cinque Terre. Gorgeous town though with tall coloured buildings and a castle on the point which we had stunning views over the sea and cliff faces. Also a taster of what we were in for with the Cinque Terre. Next day we set out for a day on the Cinque Terre (an area on the italian coast made of 5 towns connected by a walking track spanning 9km total and also a train). We got the ferry from La Spezia to ...
... olive orchards and vineyards cover the rolling hillsides above an impossibly cerulean Mediterranean Sea. Like Tuscany, the Amalfi Coast, Cinque Terre makes a powerful first impression. It almost seems too good to be true. Here’s a beginner’s guide to the five towns that comprise this unforgettable destination — all sights mentioned below can be seen in a day, but bring good hiking shoes, lots of water and start ...
... the machine wouldn’t accept my cards so I went to another that had cash, there were two people in front of me and they were taking their time, eventually I got to the machine and it said it was 4 minutes before the train left it then took forever to process, and the train was leaving from platform 13 the furthest one, so with two minutes I made the dash, but in true Italian form it took another five minutes before it left.
One of our hardest mornings today. To say goodbye to the Cinque Terre was so hard!!We
woke up at 7.30 and ate breakfast around 8. Not eating breakfast
tomorrow whilst looking over the Italian Riviera will be so devastating!
But I'm sure Florence will be beautiful We had our naughty breakfast of croissants and Nutella (oops) on our balcony... we loved that balcony!! beautiful spot. After breaky we finalized all of our packing and headed down the stairs for our last ...