B&B L' Antica Pieve
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... this occasion. Haha. Back in Levanto I made the ricotta and spinach tortellini with some creamy white wine and mushroom sauce. It was delicious. The pasta we bought from bologna was worth every cent. After packing a picnic blanket and a beer n wine, we returned the bikes and found a spot on Levanto beach to watch the sunset again. It was a really great way to finish this portion of the trip. Some funny things to note were this little white ...
... was full of prospect and discovery. We ate a civilised breakfast on the quay surrounded by bright orange buildings that smiled down upon us and looked out on the glistening, peaceful blue sea; I could only be content with life this morning.
We filled our morning running up and down the narrow, twisting paths and staircases that ran between the buildings of Vernazza, postcards were bought and written and photographs taken before we grabbed our bags and moved on to ...
... major damage in horrific floods in October 2011.
The walk from station to water stills smells of mud and sediment is all over the walkway, Workmen busy repairing buidings and shops, as a lot washed away. Can only imagine how nice it must have looked before the flood. Walks from this village south are closed as we could see the major wash aways. Tomorrow we will see the other 3 villages
... recipe. We made the recipe six times over, and while they came out flat as pancakes they weren't half bad). So we took some cookies, couple waters, banana and got on the train.
Riomaggiore is known for having the easiest of the five walks so it was covered with tourists when we got there a little after 11. Lots and lots of gray hairs (sorry, but it's true). You have to buy a 5E ticket to walk the trail. The idea is that the towns in between are nice to look at, but it's ...
... went to the camp ground reception and they rang the train station who said they had my wallet but all the cash was gone; like I cared about the cash. It was also at this time it appeared that we had lost one of the keys to our car. So it was 7pm and we had to get to the train station by 8 but had no money for a train so we decided to drive. Yes, you can drive into the Cinque Terra but they don’t advertise it that much. It was 32kms to the train ...