Cantiere Navale Donoratico Residence-Hotel
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... grandfather who worked the land, had a stroke. Primarily a farm and vineyard, she decided to also turn it into a B&B and hasn’t looked back since. The first morning we had breakfast sitting outside with THAT view, and her pet chicken walking around on the table next to us.
We did a few daytrips in the car during our stay, but mostly opted to hang out in beautiful San G. We really got to know the tiny village inside out by the end of our ...
The place we are staying at is really peaceful. Set on the top of a hill in the very small village of Percole (no shops, just a few houses and a church) and looking across a typical Tuscan valley. I have a nice room on the first floor with a large balcony. There is a swimming pool but it is still a bit chilly for most people, not just me, to take the plunge. The grounds are really peaceful with lots of shaded and sunny areas within the ...
... enjoyed a lovely wine tasting, along with bread, extra virgin olive oil, prosciutto and salamis.
The chocolate brochette we had with the Grappa was very tasty.
Both Phoebe and Harrison had a great time at Kids Club-thank goodness!
Maybe they will be keen to go back again....I hope so, as we have booked a full day excursion when we get to Ephesus, Turkey.
Now we will roll on to another meal...though we are feeling like a little ...
... church in the world, an honour shared with lots of churches in lots of places we have been!).
Next stop is lunch back at Santa Croce at the trattoria recommended by our guide, a cheap and cheerful meal with some good local Chianti and then back to buy the coat as we had seen nothing better along the way, after some haggling a deal is done and all parties are happy!
A wonderful day and a snooze on the bus back to the ship. ...
... we came across some cottages. Soon we were in a little village sitting on the edge of the cliff and nestled against a rocky shore.
You have probably seen photographs of the area – it is a common view of Italy. The blue of the Mediterranean, the pastel colours of the houses and the spread of the fishing boats are a postcard.
Cinque Terre means 5 lands (In medieval Italian lands meant towns) and was settled in ...