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... too many amorous public displays of affection on this trip. Particularly in Italy. The one we witness outside the train station at La Spezia takes the cake. We all hold our breath until we are out of ear shot and burst out laughing.
Our host Guido meets us and shows us his fabulous apartment. There is a loft which excites the kids. We climb into bed.
Clint and I catch up on the news from Paris. suddenly our 'bad' afternoon didn't rate. Our hearts are heavy.
... way! The hostel I stayed in was in Biassa, which is not far from La Spezia. La Spezia lies at the southern end of Cinque Terre. They provided a shuttle service to and from the fifth (south town) town. The first day the manger very kindly dropped me off at the top of the ridge and I walked into Riomaggiore. This was a beautiful walk. It took me from the ridge line into town through vineyards and homesteads. It only took an hour and ...
... come at 9am and pay then for the full day from town to town. So what to do then..go shopping of course. The only problem was, many of the shops were closed for the afternoon siesta and wouldn't reopen until 4pm. Well no shopping then just site seeing until 4. Once again we found ourselves in Italy during a World Cup game which Italy were playing in. So it was time to find some place to settle in have dinner and watch the game. We found a ...
... which wasn't closed! Well, I will admit there was a sign saying it was, but the gate was wide open, and it was obvious that many other tourists were using the trail. We decided to go for it.
In summation: it was steep, and rocky, and AMAZING.
The trail winded through the cliff-side vineyards along the coast. It was narrow with hundred of stairs, some man-made, some roughly-natural. Many were only two feet wide. When you met other hikers, you had ...
... to visit before we left the hotel.
Anyway we caught the train back to Monterosso del Mare and there really wasn't that much there either. There was a beach and some colourful umbellas and of course some cappuccino that we had to try. We took a few photos and moved on again.
The next stop was Vernazza. It was amazing. There were fishing boats, colourful umbrellas, neat little shops and it had ...