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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... enjoyed our time but probably wasn't out favourite country. The history of Rome was amazing but with the crowds and the people I would pick Spain any day. Down south the people were pushy, loud and bloody rude but the further we travelled north the people chilled out a bit. Also the countryside was more productive in the north with more reliable rainfall, stable industry and employment opportunities. We were ready to go and looking forward to the next destination ...
... cruised close and slowed the vessel past each of the villages so we could take more photos. (well the sun was at different angle so it looked different!).
At Portovenere we thought we would be the only ones' left on the ferry...but no.....the influx of yet more tour groups left us wondering how the ferry didn't sink. We had put ourselves right at the front of the ferry on the shore side so we had ...
... though. It was raining and by 8am a massive thunderstorm had hit the town. I thought to myself ..oh no I won't get to see the Cinque Terre. I checked the weather radar to see if the storms would pass and it looked very promising. By 10 am the rain and storms had passed..I forgot to say that the sound of the thunder scared the hell out of me. I've never heard thunder like that before. Mary and I headed to the ferry service for our tour, it ...
... the side of the cliff and hole your self up for others to pass. While only 3KMs long, it took us 1.5 hours to ascend and descend down to the next village, Vernazza.
Here, we ate our packed lunch by the ocean.
I must confess, at this point, I'd had a bit too much sun. Around 2:30PM, we decided to train back to La Spezia, get out of the sun, and have a small rest. This was an especially good decision because after the adrenaline of the hike wore ...
... neat seaside village feel about it. We took heaps of photos and had some lunch there....more pizza....and watched the ferry boat come in. The waves were crashing against the rocks and we were glad we had decided to take the train and not the ferry. We followed a path that took us up the hill to try and take the postcard photos of Vernazza that we had seen. The first path took us up the hill but not to the place ...