Vis a Vis Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we would have, but had no chance with the crowds pushing their way through. On the train we saw a really cute French family, the little boy was desperate to go to the toilet and doing his best to hold on - he was walking around in circles and jumping up and down. We all thought that there would be an accident on the train, but we made it to La Spezia ,where they also hopped off, just in time. As we left the station we saw the little boy behind a tree ha! Yay, he made ...
... br> At first it was quiet then at about 9.00pm all sorts of people start driving into the carpark, till all hours people are coming and going, so it was a **** sleep too. In the morning we head off and grab a coffee at the first town we see. The coastline goes on and on town after town and we do find a parking spot but not for long, just to stop and take a few photos.
... some entrepreneurial bonitas selling homemade lemonade...CUTE, refreshing & very smart!
All in for a game of cards before dinner (I came second again) and Dean finally had a victory. This was followed by a stroll up the street to a little restaurant Dean had eyed off from day one. Gorgeous views from the outside tables but it was a tad too cool unfortunately. Pleasant inside and we could still see the water as the sun was ...
... are spectacular and through olive groves but what goes up must go down and eventually reached Vernazza. This town had a flood through it in October 2011 and they are slowly rebuilding. I came across a guy delivering water to one of the restaurants towards the top of the town and found out how they make their deliveries - a little motorised vehicle with tracks like a tank - definitely looked like hard work. Headed to the station to return to SL and ...
... the hostel could be found. Finally, I made it after a few directions from locals sitting outside. The hostel manager was an American! So, there were no communication problems. She showed me to my room, which was a small, just enough for one person and gave me some advice on what to do in Cinque Terre. The hostel was extremely small; it only had two single rooms and two 4-person apartments. One thing I found out was the wireless did not work in my room, but only in the ...