La Casa di Elisa
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... was delayed about 15 minutes and then a train came at about the right time and hundreds of walkers piled on, including us, but David not wanting to!
Then our train sails past all the stations going in the other direction. Eventually we stopped at the first village and David set off from there to do the hardest walk from Monterooso to Vernazza and then on to Cornigilla which is set at the top of a hill and the only village not on the sea.
I looked around ...
Sunday After a long but reasonably quick drive - 453 km in less than 5 hours we arrived at our accommodation. Small apartment, B and B style, altogether in the one room. Lovely. That said, we didn't plan on being home much and that's what happened. Dinner out. Very good local seafood and we shared some other meals. Very satisfied. Monday Up for breakfast at our accommodation (coffee, bread, bread and more bread) and we were ready for the train at ...
... eating sand was amazing. After our swim we wandered the streets of our small bay admiring the many gift stores and restaurants. We settled on a small pizzeria for dinner and had the most delicious pizzas. So fresh and with that typical thin Italian base not overly filling. Rest assured we both had enough room after dinner for gelato.
The following morning we tried to get up relatively early to beat the heat and fellow hikers as we wanted to hike the ...
... are many narrow roads with quiet footpaths that weave around old, brightly painted buildings.
It feels like a friendly country town which is about 150KM from Milano, and a short distance from the famous and exclusive Portofino.
Our apartment is small, but comfortable, and typical of the apartments we have been staying in (except the one in Lake Como, which was quite luxurious, with the pool etc).
There is a lovely back garden, with ...
... people jumping off a huge rock near the boats - I'll leave the rest up to you imagination.
Back on the boat and lazing in the sun while letting the food settle. More swimming, more Presecco then it was time to head back. The day had gone to fast, if they hadn,t had another evening tour booked we would have paid again to stay on until the evening . Once we reached
shore we all headed to