Hotel Residence Villa Mazzanta
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Banquet room
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... Corniglia. Again a bit of uphill but then a nice walk along the ridge line. Corniglia is perched high up on the cliff, unlike the others which all have access to the water. Unfortunately the next walking tracks connecting the last two towns were closed and have been for two years!! Due to land slides and safety. So we trained to Manarola where we went for a swim - sooo good after walking in the hot sun and sweating! Then on to the last town ...
... to our hike above the coast. The kids were starting a small revolt at the prospect of hiking at our next stop, so we decided we would continue on while they had some energy.
This is where things got interesting. At the Riomaggiore station, we boarded the train to Manarola.... or did we. Expecting a short ride to the next station, we sped by it. Then past the next town, Corniglia. We ...
We did our normal routine this morning. Get up, get dressed and have breakfast. We left ourselves an hour to walk to the train station and get in to town. A trip that normally takes 20 minutes. This morning, being a Sunday the trams run less frequently. That would be ok except Florence is running their version today of the City to Bay or City to Surf. They seem to think that there would be no extra demand for services. Much to Pamela's disgust ...
... The Cathedral was quite impressive with gorgeous sculptures and works of art. Our driver then showed us some other areas of interest within the city and pointed us to a little cafe that had some of the best food we have experienced so far while in Italy. We returned to Florence and did some souvenir shopping before meeting together again as a group for dinner. We took a ...
Fabrizio our host dropped us at the train station in Siena. The train took u to Empoli, then Pisa. Bit of rain hampered our efforts finding the right bus stop. Found our way to the airport before we got into the town centre. Lunched at a cafe at Piazza delle Vettovaglie. Had a dry Pisan soup of bread, vegetable, potatoes and beans, and a moist apple tortino. ...