Hotel Relais Al Convento
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... cement and another stoney beach but without swimmers. We had a look in the church but couldn't go in as there was a Sunday service in progress. We then climbed to the top of the old castle. This was fascinating and fun. Up steep little streets that wound up between and under buildings. Barely room to pass those coming the other way. The whole place is built on the hill side and the streets are stepped and steep rather than flat. The agriculture is all done ...
... meter and wait to see if others have the same problem. Soon there are two other couples - an Italian, French and NZ couple all trying to work out what to do. The Italian couple talk incessantly but do little, the French woman knows French, Italian and English. We mostly watch in a bemused manner as the French and Italians decide what to do. She writes a note on our car in French for us to leave on our dashboard. She also asks for ...
... from Vernazza to Manarola is pretty well all through a tunnel behind the cliff face so the view factor was zero. Nevertheless when we arrived at Manarola all was good, had a light lunch of pizza and more gelati and again had a good time exploring the walks along the cliff face overlooking the swimming area created by natural rock formation and a made-made groyne.
The boats having an interesting and clever way of docking in Cinque ...
... to keep people out. We walked the easy trail along the sea and crossed the newly constructed suspension bridges toward Manarola and arrived approximately 30min later. We originally wanted to swim in Manarola, however when we arrived the waves were crashing against the rocks and the marina turned into something that more resembles the water in a washing machine than a calm marina. So we decided against the idea and alternatively checked out the town we had just arrived ...
We woke up to the sounds of church bells and birds singing outside our window. - Sounds corny, but it's true! Giovanni made us delicious cappuccinos and served us fresh focaccia ( it originated here), yogurt, cheese, fruit, prosciutto and salami. We walked down to the harbor and bought tickets for the boat that runs between the 5 towns. As the boat pulled away, we got a breathtaking view ...