B&B Villa Pietra Fiore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the sea-side trail from Corniglia to Riomaggiroe was closed for repairs so we could only walk from Monterosso to Corniglia along the coast, which is what we did. As you approach each town you see it perched on the sea side in all it's majestic beauty. The buildings are all different colours and look stunning together. Picture postcard perfect is what they are - so beautiful. The view of Vernazza was my favourite, but your are spoilt for choice. ...
We got off at Manarola and looked around again - great views and great respect for those living their. Both Riomaggiore and Manarola have virtually no flat space so children who live there can't play footy, ride bikes or scooters, play sports etc etc. What a different way of life.
Next back on the train and got off again at Vernazza. Apparently this is the most well known town on Cinque Terre. It was sooooo busy with ...
... so went to a nice cafe on the water for a late lunch. Sat enjoying lunch and the scenery then headed down to the pebbly beach you know how hard it would be to kick sand in someone's face you would end up with skin off your toes I walked down into the water which was quite refreshing and called Carol to come in after a couple of minutes but didn't stay in too long , with all these tanned people around I stood out like a streaker at the soccer ( righto ) But as you can tell by ...
... really nice. And an old man behind mark on the boat was trying desperately to talk to us, but we had no idea what he was saying!! He kept trying and I'm pretty sure his wife was telling him something like, duh, stop talking to them, they don't understand you! Anyway, the boat ride was pretty short and we got to see all cinque of the terre! I wish we had time to also get off in Vernazza, but I didn't want to push it. We got off in Monterosso and it was so adorable! Mark thought of a ...
... uphill climb from Monterosso to Vernazza). A well last bit was downhill.... Robert again looked like he'd been in a Turkish bath with his clothes on. We had a beer with an Aussie couple from last nights boat tour, then trained on to Corniglia (here we cheated and got the minibus from the station to the town square to avoid 400 more uphill steps). All in all it was a lovely day. We needed a little nana nap when we got home and are now preparing to go out for ...