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Vernazza, Monterosso, Levanto.
Today is to be our last day on the Cinque Terre and I know that tomorrow I will be sorry to leave this quiet, magical fairytale land to head to the bigger towns and the more realistic side of Italy but I shall leave this area with fond memories and a strong desire to return again one day, perhaps on a romantic whim.
Our day began with goodbyes to Heather and Emily who were heading elsewhere in Europe but with clear blue sky and bright sunshine ...
Can you believe we got onto the train,misread the station sign , hopped at what we thought was a station one to early , to find we were going the wrong bloody way!!
Had to wait 30 mins in hot sun for another train.
Finally arrived at Monterosso, what a lovely seaside place, as beatiful as what Cheryl imagined it would be. Walked all the localised pathways and then went to Vernazza.
... waiting in the wrong spot for ages) there and sure enough it was gorgeous. There was street of tall thin buildings all joined together but all of different heights and colours lined against the waters edge. Then as you go around the corner there are castle like buildings and a church with an amazing view of the cliff rocks and the water lapping below it with a gorgeous ...
... more that out, and several stations were partly in the mountains. We were standing by the tracks, about 20 meters inside the enterence when a freight train sped past at a high rate of speed...there was a strong gust of wind that would have pulled a child to the ground ...it was amazing. There were many crowds with most people just killing time..little shopping and lots of eating. The view spectacular & I am really glad we came.
The first I ever saw/heard/knew about the Cinque Terre was at least 15 years ago – maybe more – when we first started using Windows at Snowy River Shire and you were able to download photos for screensavers (this was before we had IT staff/Nazis and you could set up your computer pretty much how you liked!) I came across a beautiful image of a little fishing village with pink and yellow houses climbing up steep cliff sides, and a tiny ...