Residenza d'epoca Torre dei Serviti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... congregated and noticed all the hoof marks on the ground. The central area was covered by a big plastic sheet, I suppose to keep it dry for tonight. Unfortunately the tower walk was fully booked....would have been great views of the town.
We couldn't see it at the time due to the crowd, but good old google explained that the central paved area was laid in 1349 in fan type sections to resemble the shape of a shell, and with each section representing one ...
... fault) so he found us alternative accommodation. This turned out to be one tiny room for the four of us and we were to share a bathroom with others in the building. It was also accessible via steep stairs of which the balustrade was rope! To top it off it was right next to the train tracks and as i mentioned the trains are very frequent and went all night. Also the trains do not have sewerage systems aboard so once you flush it goes straight onto the train tracks. ...
... has a very medieval feel to it. Narrow streets, stone structures and steel doors gave us the impression that we might see a knight on horseback trot past us an anytime. We climbed up the bell tower for an amazing view of the fortified city and the beautiful rolling Tuscan countryside. We left in the afternoon and headed for Livorno in order to board our ferry to Corsica. Little did we know that there was to be an unexpected change of plans in our immediate future. ...
... different coloured houses that have been built on the edges of the cliffs so this place had a lot of hills and steps! Thank god we all decided to do backpacks and not wheelie cases as it would be way too hard! Our place was amazing, it was like staying in luxury after the last place we stayed in Florence. We had a great view from our bathroom where you could see through to the ocean with all the buildings along both sides of cliffs. We grabbed a few take away beers to enjoy down ...
... us off the bed. After enjoying some Italian ice cream, we were off to conquer that last leg of the trail: Vernazza to Monterosso. This leg was not as difficult at the others, but still a lot of up and down on rocky steps and paths. It took us about an hour and 15 minutes. But alas, we finished the trail. This day has to be the most physically demanding day of our trip so far, we speculate that we burned no fewer than all of the calories we have ...