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Lazy day today! Jo and dale get up and walk another town but we had a big night so we are sleeping in and doing nothing all day! I walked around monterosso and into the old town and checked out the lookout point above the town. There is an awesome sculpture at the end of the beach of a man holding up the cliff edge which I wanted to see if you could climb but it was just for viewing. We hired ...
... down to the main focal of the town: the dock. Here we watched as boats full of tourists came and went, and we laughed at the apparent chaos of it all. We decided to have a seat and get a bite to eat - and were lucky to find seats next to a family from Holland with a huge dog (breed?). We struck up a conversation and learned they were on a 6-week tour of Europe in their camper (apparently, the dog has his own room in ...
... realized that each town was tiny. The first day it was a little rainy out so we went to explore the city, after going up and down three streets, we had seen it all. This was not a disappointment however because even through the rain we could tell that we had ended up in one of the prettiest places in the world. The water was bluer than any blue I have ever seen and there were mountains and vineyards. This is what I pictured when I thought of Italy before coming. We ...
... Said it was in good condition and no barricades.
So off we went for 3.2 kilometer hike up, up, up the mountain and then down, down, down the other side, took us 2.25 hours walking at a good pace. The trail, made entirely of stone, took us along the coast, through vineyards and olive groves. We came across a little shed by the trail where a gentleman was selling wine and Limoncello made from his vineyard. Of course we indulged, but ...
... Cinque Terre hiking trails have been taken over by the national park system and there is now a fee to hike on all portions of the trail.
Today, the best way to go to Monterosso is to take local trains from La Spezia or Genoa or Intercity trains from Milan, Rome, Turin, and Tuscany. The village is connected to the E80 highway via a narrow, steep and full of corners 20 km long road. Using the train is definitely the best option to get there. The train network reaches ...