Albergo Hotel Admiral
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... walked down into town to a local Italian restaurant, Raieu, for dinner and enjoyed the fresh fish, homemade pasta (trofie pasta quickly became one of our favorites) and local wines.
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... height of the stair. That's about the grade we're talking about on most stairs in Cinque Terre. It's pretty intense. Intensely awesome. Margherita told us her grandfather lived here well into his 80s -- I hope I'm able to do this in my 80s. If anyone is ever game to come hiking in Cinque Terre, give this guy a call.
On my way back, I stopped at the take-away spot next to the bank (I think it's called Mamma-Mia) and got some pizza on focaccia bread. Simple, ...
Arrived with few hiccups. Trains are not as easy to negotiate here as in other countries as the platform info is a little difficult to decipher with extraordinary long names, the time of arrival for each stop and the whole thing running along a thin screen at a million miles an hour. You really need to know the end destination of the train and then if it will stop where you want to get off. Other than that its easy! Actually once Himself figured it out the boards and I learnt ...
... you get in horror movies).
The pasarelle (‘gang plank’ for those limey land lubber folk) is half the width of any that I’ve yet had to negotiate and wobbles quite a bit. Thats going to be my first project tomorrow, given how accident prone I am.
Walking through the yard to get to the boat, the Captain told me to ‘prepare myself’ and to ‘see whether I can guess which one it is’ (I love how he tells me this now, after I ...
... ready for a rest and fortuitously found a hotel with a stunning view. After a drink and some ardent dolphin spotting (sadly to no avail), we continued along, walking through a vast array of flora. At one point it was puzzling to see a carpet of decaying oak leaves without an oak tree in sight :/ Bonny's explanation was the Oakfords put them there...haha...I can hear your raucous laugh, Annelies!
When we rounded the point, just before our descent into Monterosso, ...