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... few stores for local consumption like the bakery and supermarket (and when I say supermarket in mean the corner shop kind), but it obviously had enough goods to satisfy the small permanent population. The Cinque Terra refers to five towns along a 12 km strip of Italian coastline. The towns are small, quaint, built on vertical hillsides and just beautiful. If you look up pictures of Cinque Terra, I can assure you the most beautiful ones still do not do justice to actually being ...
... The view from the top was great though so took a few shots from this different angle then back into the village to meet Michelle who had made it back on the train from Monterosso. After a bit of a rest and a bite to eat, we managed to successfully catch a sardine express that actually stopped at Manarola. Wonder of wonders! Manarola is another pretty village full of pastel hued buildings crowded into a valley leading down to the sea. The terraced vineyards rise in all ...
... the gills that we have christened it the "Sardine express". We practically exploded out of it when we reached the station!
It was raining when we reached Monterosso, and not so strangely there was not a deck chair in sight on the entire beach. Plenty of campervans in the beachfront rv park though. Kind of spoils the look just a little. Monterosso is definitely the most touristy of the 5 villages. Lots of accommodation options but none as cute as our ...
Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore form the 5 fishing villages of the Cinque Terre along the rugged coastline of Liguria, Italy. Rugged is an understatement. The houses were built close together on steep terrain, making the towns quite in-accessable from the outside and hence preserving their way of life until the advent of tourism and Rick Steves. We stood at the small harbour of ...
... tasting. We had some delicious bruschetta and pasta for lunch, as well as trying a few wines which were also quite nice. Nico tried to set me up with Laura (she was gorgeous) however I chickened out and jumped in the van before he had the chance! I bought some Limoncello to have at the next few places, as it is really good for digestion, not to mention it tastes delicious.
We continued on towards the town of San Gimignano where there is a shop that won best gelato ...
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Piazza Guglielmo Marconi 30, Vernazza | Hotelfrom $56
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Via Roma 6, Vernazza | Hotelfrom $66
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