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... the other hikers wore hiking boots and used poles (hiking poles?). We wore our rubber beach shoes so we were worried. There were parts that were quite steep going upwards and downwards along small paths alongside the mountain cliffs. Some of the way had no railings. It was challenging! But the views were breathtaking (or was that just us sucking wind?) and the feeling of accomplishment was incredible. At the hikes ...
... wrote a postcard for her paternal grandparents. Then back to the on again off again train (a series of them to get home somehow) It's been mostly overcast today and temp probably only 25, glad the rain didn't turn into anything and happy not to have too much sun. One more full day and then we're both off our separate ways again, Brittany couldn't get a longer holiday (so she could have joined me in Milan for the ...
... we earned ourselves a focaccia topped with sliced potatoes and a pizza with salame and fresh pesto. People, the pesto is amazing here! I could eat it with a spoon out of a tub and be happy.
We headed to the town of Corniglia after lunch. Corniglia is built into the side of a large hill, and I believe the English translation is “Stairs”. There are 380 stairs to climb from the train
station to the town (or if you’re ...
... up the hill which offers really great views of Monterosso. There are many hikers today in both directions meaning that we often had to stop to allow passage. The path is a lot better than the one we walked along to Corniglia however passers-by on that
trail had more manners.
I marvel at the dry stone walls and their purpose and again at the heroic ‘gardeners’ who take care of their ...
... when nobody was looking – bottled water is quite expensive here – up to 3 euro, which is $4.50! There are no little supermarkets to stock up on cheaper water, like we've done in other places.
After breakfast, we caught the free shuttle boat over to Zattere, a stop just across the canal. We popped our umbrella up and strolled through some back streets of Venice, walking toward the Accademia Bridge. We didn't really mind that it was ...
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