Cinque Terre Camere
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... are no natural surfaces that are even remotely close to being flat. The farmers have had to create land to grow their grapes on by building stone walls and filling behind them with dirt. Parts of the trail are scarcely a foot wide, and if you were to slip off it is a very long way down. There are a few handrails, but they wobble a lot. I don't think it would be good to be here during a landslide. I'm very glad that Issy's mum doesn't have a computer. She would freak out if ...
... thought this was a great idea, so on Sunday we will be helping the locals in Vernazza for a few hours.
We brought our train tickets and meet a couple who we had talked to in Orvieto and rode the train with them, we were staying in the first of the 5 towns while others had choosing different towns but when we arrived Adam and Nicole got off too. We sat down in the square outside the train station and chatted in the shade for around 30 ...
... easy access. The towns produce tons of olives and grapes on terraced farms dug into the hills, shipped via a very small and rickety-looking monorail to town, and then passed to boats, trucks, or trains. For tourists, Via Dell’Amore is the path that runs along the water that connects all five, but unfortunately, due to flooding a couple years ago, it’s inaccessible for most sections. This meant that we took the mountain path, ...
... village; they are in a vast sea of sheet metal and plywood that stretches for miles.
Went on self-guided tour of Riomaggiore with Cinque Terre snapshot guide book by rick steves. I get a dollar every time I mention him in this space, so I might as well get this out of the way now:
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... going up the hill at 216A Via Santuario. We recovered sufficiently to brave the steep streets again and explore a little before finding somewhere to eat. We ate at a little restaurant down at the boat slip called La Lanterna. The boats are all brightly coloured and stacked up in a very small area air the slipway. In the evening with the lights shining on the water it looks very romantic. Our first full day in Riomaggiore we bought a Cinque Terre ...
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