Albergo La Marina
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Woke up to a gorgeous sunny day with excitement, today I was going to tick off one on my many "must sees" list, Cinque Terre. We were up and showered and ready to leave by around 8.30am and headed south to Deiva Marina, such an arduously long journey of 18 minutes. Booked into our van park and the lovely lady dropped us off at the train station to start our days trip. Cinque Terre (pronounced Chinka Terra) is somewhere I have been very keen to visit for a long time and here we ...
We took the beach road for an hour or so, stopped in San Remo for lunch and managed to split a 5 Euro pizza (plus the annoying cover charge that every restaurant in Italy seems to charge), then took the spaghetti mess of roads up to the tollway, with a brief stop to receive a tollway ticket from the machine. The tollway itself towers above each of the cities it bypasses as two floating ribbons of road, one for each direction with two lanes each, and ...
... see it for yourself' place to visit. Soooooo glad we brought our togs in our backpack. It was boiling! At the second village, Vernazza, we stopped and had lunch at one of the restaurants. The track to the third village was closed so we decided to train to the 4th village Manarola instead. There was a sectioned off swimming area in the sea where we had our first dip. It was nice, the temperature of the water here in Italy is a lot better! The walk from this village ...
We began to feel a little uneasy when we saw no one else was waiting at the track... then I saw two elderly men leaving. I ran after them wanting to know if they spoke English, and they explained that they had just learned that the trains are on strike today!
SO that put a swift halt to our plans, and the frustraton of four validated tickets and a Tobacconist who doesn't seem to know what ...
... Hamburgers with fries (they say to choose your battles) while Harrison tried Spaghetti with tomato sauce!
As for Daryl and I, we have gone from one gorgeous meal to the next.
After 4.5 hours, and we were just two train stations away from 'home', the conductor came on board to check the tickets.
I was feeling pretty pleased with myself, as I was sure we had this whole Italian train travel sorted.
He took one ...