Manuel Country Hotel & Residence
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... half hour before then). Normally we love the slow pace, but we were a little stressed to keep the other three people waiting.
I asked Meg to pay the check when she was in using the wifi to update the blog yesterday. She came back to the table and handed me the card, and I asked her to go meet back with the people while I waited for the focaccia. There was a miscommunication where she thought she said that she didn't pay, and I thought she was just telling me that she ...
At some point I watched a travel show, many years ago which introduced me to "Cinque Terre". It then became one of my "must see" travel destinations. So when a friend said that she was going kayaking in Cinque Terre, it was a no brainer. Hell ya I was going! It was a Thursday when we set out, in our rental car for a long weekend +. A camping, kayaking, Italian adventure! I hadn't kayaked since Cegep, but was confident enough to try it out on the sea and to do ...
Vincenzo met us early and helped us find a parking space and underground tunnel to the train station in Sestri Levante. It really helps to have a local guide!!! We laughed when we found out the mystery of the painted parking lines - white are free, yellow are reserved and blue lines are paid parking areas.
Next obstacle was getting train tickets and finding the right 'Bin' (track) from which we departed. No ...
... The tower itself was cool, but just relaxing next to the tower in the grass fields soaking up the sun in the quiet was awesome. I hadn't realized how little I actually see grass here in Europe until I get to Pisa and had the reaction "woah, why does this look so green and different". We sat next to the tower for probably about three or four hours just relaxing. We did ...
Farewell to Venice and now we cross over northern Italy heading to Pisa for lunch.
We are really impressed with Insight Vacations. They are very attentive but their coaches are the difference. Instead of 52 seats there are 40, so you get welcome extra space and legroom. The group is mixing well now. We have mostly Aussies and Americans. Some are just here for the week whilst others are on long trips like us
The countryside is now mostly rural. Heaps of crops ...