- Swimming pool
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to our hike above the coast. The kids were starting a small revolt at the prospect of hiking at our next stop, so we decided we would continue on while they had some energy.
This is where things got interesting. At the Riomaggiore station, we boarded the train to Manarola.... or did we. Expecting a short ride to the next station, we sped by it. Then past the next town, Corniglia. We ...
Woke up at 3:30 am to a thunderous rainstorm and flock of mosquitos. (This is from Sheilah). After a "restful" night sleep (not), we had our final fantasico breakfast of croissants, Italian meats, and ceral, Plus many expressos!!. Packing our luggage o head to LA Spezia at 12. How did we accumulate this much!! Taxi to the train while dodging bikes, cars and people and buses. Mary had tickets, but where do we board? Ok, we found the ...
... no train. We weren’t happy. Me more so than Simon.. When it got to 6.40 I was getting a bit ****** – there was not even one announcement saying it was going to be late, let alone THIS late. We could’ve gone back down to the beach!
6.47… STILL not here!! Ridiculous! The next train was scheduled for 6.43..so that was late as well.
Quite a few transit trains had come through so obviously our trains were put to a standstill to allow these ones ...
... exactly the same...hey we're tourists too......ha ha Amazingly the tower had commenced construction in 1178, almost 900 years ago...fantastic, and during all this time it has precariously lent over, however there have been numerous, ongoing work to support it and make sure that it did not fall over, the last of which had been completed in 2010. Like everyone else we headed off to the ticket office to purchase our tickets to climb ...
... our way toward the ruins of the 11th century baptistery, which made the formation of the ground beneath the Duomo. Back then the city level was about 10 meters lower than it is currently and much of the old architecture was destroyed and filled in to create the new foundations for more modern buildings. When doing some renovations on the foundation they discovered the remains of an old baptismal font one of the first structures in early ...