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... town of Vernazza to have a look around and eat a gelato. I tried the basil flavor and it was surprisingly good! Upon our return we had to bade Carol and her family farewell since they had to return to Milan to go back to school and/ or work, it was hard to say goodbye after such a wonderful time together.
We skipped dinner since we had eaten enough for a week but enjoyed watching the moon rise over the sea and the shining little towns of the Cinque Terre.
... mail but had to move inside when a light rain began to fall.
While I was sitting in the dining room, the owners of the hotel arrived and provided another enthusiastic “welcome”. It’s Sunday night, so they were just heading to Mass. They really seem to appreciate my return visits, and it was sure nice to see them again.
After this I’ll be heading for my traditional first meal in the Cinque Terre, Trofie al Pesto at Ristorante ...
Weather: Low 80's, partly cloudy, humid After the hike on our first day, and not totally recovered from the travel and jet-lag we decided to rest up a little, stay in Monterosso for the day and explore the cute little village we were staying in for 3 nights. I woke up around 9am and walked around the town to find my perfect coffee and people watching spot. That is such a simple pleasure that I enjoy so much. Getting a wonderful ...
... br> Corniglia
We didn't really visit Island Corniglia. It's the only Island that doesn't meet the waters edge, but sits high above it. After heading towards the town from the train station we stopped after 5 mins realising it would take 15 mins to walk in. We were hot and hungry and not that interested. We walked back to the train station, down some steps and found a little alcove where we set and had lunch.
After lunch ...
... to wait longer for the views. Corniglia is the Terre that sits up high on the cliff top. Lovely colours in the buildings but not a lot to offer here. The far side of the village gave us our entry to the train station. I hate to think how many steps were in the winding path that zigzagged back and forth down the cliff face to the station. The look on faces of those who had just got off the train and were faced with walking ...