Hotel Relais Al Convento
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... took the train back to our home city of Monterosso. After a much needed shower we hit the town. We stopped at one place for the best caprese salad we have ever had. The waiter brought us a liter of white wine instead of the 1/2 we ordered (we didn't complain, haha). After, we went to another restaurant to split a pizza. It was delicious! We went to a few more spots and turned in earlier than normal after being exhausted from our ...
... s not a lot of people around but the few who are, are trying desperately to work on their tans. The camp we are staying at closes in a few days time and re opens in December as all the people living in the hills come down for the warmer climate as it gets too cold up in the hills. The place comes alive again.
We're not far from the border of France and we think it would be nice to stop in Cannes and relax there for a while, so that's where we head to next.
Cinque Terre on Italy's riviera coast is a national park. The towns (five of them) perch high above the water or just next to it. There has been a trail system between the towns for years. In 2011, a massive flood occurred and landslides, rockslides, and cave ins have rendered the trail effectively useless - except between Vernazzo and Corniglia. It's 4 km straight up and then sloping down ...
... most of the walk walking uphill on rocks, some of which were more boulders than rocks. And whoever said it took two hours was dreaming. It was a three hour walk. There were several occasions on which we both felt, 'How can we keep going?' As you will see from the pics it was quite a trek. We were amazed by the numbers of others on the track, many of whom had small children with them. Can only assume that this kind of ...
... who has gone there has recommended. Although there had been some disaterous flooding in Cinque Terre the week before, we were planning on skirting that area and going to Genova a little further north. That was not going to happen. With pounding rain we were barricaded by the police from taking some roads that had flooded in La Spezia eventually getting out of town at dusk.
We stopped into a small hotel along the way and the woman said she was closed ...