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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Wow, can the keep on getting better? Cinque Terre was amazing! Cinque Terre translates five towns. These five town lie on the north west coast of Italy. Cinque Terre has been. UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. From the photos you can see just how unique these towns are. They have been built on the side of cliffs. People have inhabited the area for centuries and have been self sufficient. There are crops growing on the side of ...
... to watch all the tourists posing for photos trying to hold up the building. We naturally did not stoop so low. At Sabrina's advice we stop for coffee etc at a cafe right on the plaza - everything was excellent! Then it was off to Firenze. She drove up to a monastery with fantastic views of Firenze. We had a quick look around the church and I bought some monastic cookies. Then we drove down ...
When I mentioned to everyone that one of our stops was La Spezia, not many people had heard of it. The main reason we came to La Spezia was to go to the Cinque Terre, many people stay in La Spezia and do either a walk, take a ferry or a train to see the towns. La Spezia itself is a very nice place, though I overheard a conversation between a couple of naval officers...and yes they were in their white uniforms and yes they looked very ...
... bearings in La Spezia--grocery shopping, dinner at the apartment, packed lunches for the next day, and a walk by the port.
The next day, we set out for Cinque Terre.
Wow. Just wow. These five tiny villages are so picturesque. I will admit, they were much more "touristy" than I expected, and I can't imagine visiting in the high season because there was still a ton people there, but everything was quaint and beautiful. The villages are built on ...
... 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 ...