La Posada Ristorante & Camere
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... standing in line.
So instead, we headed across the river and up to Piazza Michelangelo, where the view there is supposed to be incredible. We managed to walk past the Uffizi (we were museumed-out at this point, so we skipped it), past the Palazzo Vecchio (beautiful!), into a small sculture area, and over the Ponte Vecchio, a famous, old bridge. Needless to say, the place was teeming wih people - mostly tour groups - and although we enjoyed all of ...
... br> Each town a rainbow sight
The tracks led through great landscapes
Of olive groves and vines
Stunning views across the sea
Atop rugged steep inclines
Now listen carefully, listen close
As here's the telling part
Of how we buried treasure
That is so close to our heart
We'd hiked for hours in the hills
More sweat than e'er before
Our knees did jolt upon decent
To Manarola's shore
... I boarded the bus and prayed it wasn't going to be full (the less people to give me dirty looks when I blow a small elephantly sized lugey into a tissue the better). But by the time we arrived in conque terra, climbed the 350 odd stairs up to our hostel, I bowed down ungraciously to my defeat. I crawled into bed in one of the most beautifullest spots in Italy and slept the day away. **** ...
... The #2 trail was closed, so we had to take the vertical trail. It was TOUGH! You climbed for at least 1/2 a mile completely up the mountain, There were some spectacular views, and climbing all those steps was worth the effort in the end. We ate at a place called Billy's. We all loved our food! After dinner we went down by ...
Pasta la vista, Genoa. HELLO Cinque Terre! We took the train to Riomaggiore, the 5th village along Cinque Terre, and our home for the next 3 days. After passing through the long tunnel by the train station we were greeted with the village's main street. We walked up the road as it winded uphill between colorful buildings. Tones of pink, red, orange, yellow, and cream surrounding you. Green shutters galore. Passing us were shops filled with ...