Hotel Stella della Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... nothing has happened since then. There appeared to be a Tourist Information office in the car park, but there was only one person siting inside staring at a computer and I'm not sure the office was even open.
On the walk back to the Laundromat, I noticed a couple looking at a map with a very puzzled look on their face. They seemed to only speak French so I wasn’t able to help them with the directions they were looking for. I tried using ...
... they gave us an incredible table outside above the crashing rocks. All of the food and wine was exceptional and the bill was very reasonable - and a 5+ charming waiter that makes you laugh and brings generous portions of everything. Again, you sit there in this setting watching the sunset and thinking maybe you have crossed over into heaven because it is so good! In fact, I keep saying that on this trip. 'Um, did I just cross over into ...
... old style lamps on poles that look like the ones you might expect to find in streets in Paris. Issy tells me she spoke to an American lady who has been coming here with her husband every year for the past 13 years. Every year when they leave they book for the next year. Issy says that next time we come to Europe we should just come here.
Issy and I decide that we are very definitely coast people. Our favourite places so far have been ...
Poor old Cornigulia. She sits up on the crest of a headland, unlike the remaining four Cinque Terre villages that nestle in the gullies. The track in from the south is closed, the one from the north is a testing goat track and the train station is way down below it's streets.
So we bypass her in favour of Vernazza today - one station south from Monterosso.
It's another brightly coloured village with four and five storey ...
Cinque Terre, where do I even begin! Well for starters it is made up of about five towns, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterossa. My day started at 5:45am, and for anyone who knows me I am NOT, I repeat AM NOT a morning person! The roomies and myself decided it would probably be a safe bet and travel through Bus2Alps just so we wouldn't have to plan anything and figure out the train system by ourselves. Lets just say ...