- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... scenery and beautiful villages. An amazing area of Italy.
Internet services are not great on boat so am posting this sitting in a cafe in Cannes. Won't post another until get to St Paul de Vence on Sunday. Hope everyone is well.
... also different because the entrance was on the side of the alter instead of the usual orientation. Also, it had been doubled in size sometime in the 16th century and you can clearly tell the "new" from the old. It was a fascinating church - very Gothic looking in my uneducated opinion. After a peek in the church, we walked out onto the breakwater and took a few photos. The next train was coming soon and, after our long wait in Manarola and the not ...
... down again. It really felt like we were at the top now!
After more stairs both up and down and paths of rocky grading... we finally got to the village of Corniglia. Wow.
walked through the little streets and observed daily life in Corniglia.
Simon happened to spot a "to the sea" sign.. So we went down and there
was a very long staircase down a big hill towards a marina and you could
swim there. By the time we got to the bottom we were keen to ...
... could’ve notified people!It was more annoying because we’d been there with 30 minutes to spare for the6.08 train.. and the machine made us miss that one. Stupid.
Eventually it came though, just before 7….
So we got to Manarola just after 7. We waited just over an hour for a few minute train ride. Felt like Disneyland again, waiting an hour for a short thrill ride. But Disneyland tells you expected wait times…
... along the Via del Amore playing romantic music as you stroll by. The acoustics in the pathway were so good that at first I thought speakers were piped in from somewhere.
We arrived in Manarola . This is where the trail was washed out, so we had to take the train to the next villages. It was getting very hot, so we decided to get on the train straight away, so we didn't risk hiking at the absolute hottest part of ...