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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Second attempt at writing this entry due to the app crashing!! Very angry. Woke up and were ready to head out around 10:30am. Spoke with Guido (the apartment owner) who was doing some gardening just outside. He suggested a good bike store to hire from and he was right. It only cost us €10 for two good quality city bikes for 5 hours. We headed north via coast through some abandoned rail tunnels that had been converted into a bike track. It ...
... was full of prospect and discovery. We ate a civilised breakfast on the quay surrounded by bright orange buildings that smiled down upon us and looked out on the glistening, peaceful blue sea; I could only be content with life this morning.
We filled our morning running up and down the narrow, twisting paths and staircases that ran between the buildings of Vernazza, postcards were bought and written and photographs taken before we grabbed our bags and moved on to ...
... major damage in horrific floods in October 2011.
The walk from station to water stills smells of mud and sediment is all over the walkway, Workmen busy repairing buidings and shops, as a lot washed away. Can only imagine how nice it must have looked before the flood. Walks from this village south are closed as we could see the major wash aways. Tomorrow we will see the other 3 villages
... the water. Was a magical place especially as there are very few tourists. One of my favourite spots so far!
After lots of photos and wandering I got the bus back and found a shop selling super cheap shoes so bought a pair ...
... full of miniature blue and white fishing boats. I'm pretty sure now it was Manarola, but if not Manarola then certainly one of the Cinque Terre villages.
I fell in love with it and thought – I’ve got to see that place some time!
My next encounter occurred soon after, with a post card from the Cinque Terre from Lauretta, my dear friend from Ticino. A picture speaks a thousand words, which is just as well, as although ...