Campingvillage Le Capanne
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... who took my picture for them.
At this point, I was already kind of up this one mountain and I saw a sign for Corniglia, the next town on my list. I figured it couldn’t be that bad of a walk and decided to the path. Almost three hours later, I would tell you that this path was not as easy as it looked. I thought that this path would connect me to the one that went along the sea. I was wrong. It went up into three ...
... pretty wasted and had a lot of good conversations and then decided it was time for our hike. We got beers to go and walked towards the place where the bunker was because that was the trail to the next town. We explored the area a little bit and to be honest I was blacked for a good portion of it. We sat down and got these foccacia tomato mozzarella things and omg it was amazing. One of the best things I ate while in Spain hands down. We sat on the dock for awhile and ...
... later, took the obligatory 'look at me i'm so strong I can hold up the tower' photos and then headed off in search of food. True to form, food around the tower is over-priced and under-quality.
Climbing the tower's 150 steps was realtively easy compared to yesterdays feat in Lucca. The top has two levels; a semi-inside one and a totally exposed one at the very top. The semi-exposed one felt like we were ...
... eternally, watching over and protecting the town.
Back on flat ground (if there is such a thing in the Cinque Terre) it was aperitivo time, and the usual Campari and soda for me and birra for Waz was the perfect way to watch the sun go down on the 5 lands. As the church bells rang out at 6.30pm and the locals came out of church, we were fascinated by the 4 local ladies who decided to take a seat outside the church and discuss all ...
... which went perfectly with our meals. We managed to finish off all the food but we were so full and found it hard to walk up the hill back to the train station. When we arrived back in our town it was buzzing with excitement and energy. The locals had transformed the main road of the town by covering their shop, restaurant and house facades with white sheets and clothing then decorating it with pink accents. There were pink paper cut outs, pink crepe flowers and real ...