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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Rapallo
... s guy placed one of the selfie sticks he was selling just far enough in front of the spot that I nearly hit it as I was reversing in, either I hit it or got a kid to move it, either way I owed him money. The Pisa crew were smooth operators though, "here's your spot sir" (2eu), "sir sir, come back you need a ticket" (2eu) walk 300 meters down the road, realise the ticket machine needs ...
... but the weather wasn't warm enough so her feet were the only things to get wet. Arrived at Santa Margherita and walked around a bit but most of the shops were closed until 4pm so we decided to catch the next ferry back to Rapallo. This is our last night in Italy and we have not been disappointed by the food, sights and the cost of things. Arrrivaderci ...
... pesto, wine, olive oil etc. and we stepped into the right one in this town. We were immediately greeted by an old Italian man telling us that they do everything from scratch, that they have the very best product, and most importantly- that we could sample anything. When we agreed that the shot of limoncino was the best we have had i think he decided we were ok so he brought out the viagara- a strawberry liquor that was delicious. We also tried a ...
... the best tasting pesto pizza I have ever had, but I'm sure that has a lot to do with the two hours of physical exertion we'd all just been through! - before heading on to Vernazza. Leg 3 - CORNIGLIA to VERNAZZA: After something to eat and drink we felt a little bit more energized, and ready to tackle the second last leg of the hike. The challenging uphill and downhill steps of the second leg meant that this third leg was relatively easier, and less challenging...both physically ...
... first encounter with actually missing a form of transportation in Europe. Not too bad of a mess up though since it was only a couple of bones for a train back to La Spezia and the station was just steps away.
All in all, even with the massive amounts of people, I definitely think the Cinque Terre was beautiful and worth visiting but I would like to have made this trip in the fall if I had known about the crowds! Oh well, you live and you learn.