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... then continued biking around the wall for a couple of hours. By this time the wall was busier than Bourke Street. Family groups strolled about with children on scooters and dogs in tow and it was a challenge not to run anyone over.
At the end of the day we returned to the apartment where we decided we could afford to forgo a dinner out .
Early evening greeted us with another ...
... be challenging. Paulo recommended that we take a bus to Volastra, which is up on the mountain side and then hike down to Corniglia, a 4 or 5 mile hike. Some people might think that taking a bus up was cheating, but we thought it was a great idea.
Paulo was right the views were stunning. Looking down on the village of Corniglia was breath taking. We could see Monterrosso in the distance. We hiked through vineyards, vegetable ...
... The five villages of the Cinque Terre, are different from and yet similar to each other. This section of the riviera has been declared a National Park and it is very common for people to walk the paths between the towns, there are often landslides along the coastal area and so the paths get washed away and closed. The path was closed when we were there and you could see where it had been swept away by the slides. There is a path higher on the hill you can take but it is ...
... Some parts of the hiking track were very narrow and right on the edge of a cliff and when we came across people hiking the other way we had to squeeze up against the dirt wall so they could pass us. This part of the hike was meant to take us 2 hours but we powered through it arriving at the beach in 1 hour and 20 minutes. We immediately stripped off and waddled into the cold water. My feet were stinging and I had developed some mean blisters from hiking in my ...
... on the uphill side and 8 easy on the leaning side, we can see the Miracle Square and the birds. We looked carefully for the 2 left behind but no such luck. The view breathtaking for those of us who had no aversion to heights. The trek down was similar to the way up, 1 side we had to hold ourselves back while the other seemed to be the natural flow. As the last few rounds are taken, I wonder if the original architect and his family would have enjoyed this wonder in a different ...