B&B Villa Pietra Fiore
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... chaotic blend of hugs, tears, greetings and mixed language confusion for the ride into town and the walk to the hotel. We had met Carol's dad before but not the rest of the family but they all made us feel welcome and loved from the moment we saw them.
We went to dinner in a beachside restaurant in the old part of town with Carol and her family, it was so fun chatting and laughing while being served ...
... packs). The train arrived right on time, but of course this is Switzerland so that's always the case. I stowed my large pack in the luggage area and then went to my seat. I found someone sitting in my reserved window seat but I didn’t mind sitting on the aisle.
At every stop I looked back to make sure no one was walking off with my large Pack. It’s a good thing I was checking, as after Brig some inconsiderate, moronic boob threw my pack and ...
... then it was time to head back to our apartment and freshen up for dinner.
Beautiful seafood and pasta dishes for dinner, sitting alfresco in the piazza, overlooking the train line and playground. Noah and Wes were very happy, it doesn't get better then train spotting and playing in the park for a 3 and 4 year old.
Late night for the boys, settling in to the Italian life.
Another wonderful ...
... the train station where we went to Riomaggiore (Ree-Oh-Mah-Jar-A).
This is the southern most town in the Cinque Terre. There is a famous walkway built along the cliffs between Riomaggiore and Manarola called "Via Amore" (The walk of Love). Dana and I were looking forward to taking this trek and enjoying the sunset however, because of an earlier storm ...
... to our room for a rest and shower before walking about 30 paces to the restaurant Gambero Rosso for dinner. We enjoyed a salt-encrusted fish dish, which is a local speciality, as well as a Cinque Terre wine – both were very delicious. We sat next to an American couple, who were very chatty and we enjoyed their company.
Thursday morning, we were up early to head off to Portofino, which is just over an hour west of where we are. We got to the station in plenty ...