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Cinque Terre means five lands and is located in the northwest coast of Italy. It is composed of five cities Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. You can usually walk from city to city or just take the train. When we went they had some rocks fall on the path from city one to city two so you had to take the train.
UPDATE: PICTURES UPLOADED!
Today we woke up feeling so refreshed because we slept for a long time. We had breakfast in the upstairs of the hostel that was secluded into the mountain in a enclosed all glass porch We took some extra packaged pastries for the hike ahead of us. There wasn't many people staying at the hostel so the attendant at …
Today was a day of travel and not much happened, but here we go.
We woke early and checked out of our hostel taking full advantage of our breakfast they provided. We stopped by the Jolly Cafe and had another cafe late before we wet to the laundry mat to finish drying our clothes that didn't dry all the way …
I know I have been awful at updating this blog...my apologies. I will try to go back if I have time and internet, but for now I thought I could at least upload an excerpt from an email I sent a friend with a glimpse into my adventures in Cinque Terre - a set of 5 Italian coastal towns...absolutely stunning!
Thank you everyone for your …
Today I took the train to Biassa which, as I have previously mentioned, is very close to Cinque Terre where I will be heading tomorrow.
I learned today that I was really very spoiled by the fruit in Sicily (it was so good and cheap whereas here it is not so good and expensive!) which is sort of a downer. Im really looking forward …
This was my first hostel experience. They were very nice in giving up directions on how to get places. They even ordered pizza for us. The rooms were pretty normal and were fine for what we needed. This place in nothing special but it is a nice place to stay.
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