Hotel Villa Undulna
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... I might do, and where I might go. Booking ten days at Manarola was an acknowledgement that it might take a 'holiday' to begin to unwind, and switch off from routine and technology. It was an uneventful Trenitalia journey to Sestri Levante, where I had to change to a local stopping train servicing the coastal towns, and the cinque terre. It was virtually empty to begin with, just a few locals getting on and off, and lovely coastal views. What a shock when we reached Monterosso, ...
... visit to St Mark's and the Doge's Palace, and a grand canal boat tour. This meant that we didn't have to line up for entry into these main attractions. After organising this, and walking around a bit more, I started to feel a lot more comfortable and started to enjoy the city. By the time we returned to our apartment to get ready to go out for dinner, I was starting to really appreciate Venice. I could see why people loved it. ...
... RIOMAGGIORRE: We arrived at Riomaggiore, the most eastern-most town in Cinque Terre, where the steep cobblestone street leads you from the train station either up into town or down to the sea where tiny boats bob around in a sheltered harbour, waiting to be used. We had to first hike up to get our keys, before discovering that our place was only a few steps from the waters edge. From down at the rocks near the water We got a colourful view of the ...
... you hear it all, wind included. Very bad move for a nervous flyer!! (pic attached) Taxi Prague, they will try to rip you off. Be warned, and be forewarned - negotiate a price first! Poland- don't grab a cab from a corner or out front of a nightclub, they're the dodgy ones. Get one from a taxi stand and make it known you know a rough guide on price. Spain, probably similar to Australia. Will try and take you the long way if they can ...
... Italian street numbering system and finally resort to having Gail once again attracting the attention of a young man (to use his mobile phone) in order to speak with the B & B and to ascertain where exactly they are located. We end up back to where the GPS originally took us but still we cannot locate the B & B.
As a last resort we flag down a passing bicyclist and tell him our tale of woe (luckily he understands English). He ...