Il Colombaio di Mariva Benucci
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... grapes that help haul loads up and down the steeps but I am sure plenty of them still use the basket method. Manarola is the next town up from us and has a river running under the main street you can hear it and see it as it many places as you walk through town. The town ends at a beautiful rock protected marina with the colored buildings walling in the sea. We wake the kids up on one day and come sit in the sun, play checkers on the ...
... one of us was snoring- but who it was is anyone's guess...
This was Nicola's last day with us in Italy so we wanted to have a nice meal before she left us. We had a nice little meal in a restaurant near the harbour. She opted for the very traditional Italian dish of Bolognaise, whilst we both had some mussels stuffed with a kind of pesto. It was really tasty! We finished the night in a very fitting Nicola-esque way- with some Tiramisu, ...
... a table pushed to the side to sit on. The game ended with a 1-1 tie.
While in Vernazza we have enjoyed sunning on the harbor's breakwater rocks, drinking local wine and eating a variety of sea food. With our room, we have access to a private garden terrace that sits over one hundred feet above the sea. Vernazza's ruined castles, towering cliffs, and dramatic views lends it to being "The jewel of Cinque Terre."
Last night ...
I've had some pretty sweet days in my life, but today would be right up there with one of the best. I woke up early (seems to be a trend) and caught the bus to Riomaggiore, which is the closest cinque terra town to Biassa. There I had the nicest caffe latte I think I've had (until later that day) and a beautiful roll with salami and cheese. Then I set off to walk between the 5 towns along a seaside path - the first stretch (Riomaggiore to Manarola) was the shortest and ...