Albergo La Marina
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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 ...
... is going on
To think that this is a what Italians have to put up with on a daily basis!
Tomorrow (hopefully) we will be back in France, where things run a lot more efficiently.
So, instead we went for a walk around this sleepy town, where you see more cats than people.
The kids took 300 photos of cats, we had another outstanding lunch, home for a sleep, while the kids went ...
... the tickets, and started telling us about the fine we owe because we don't have a return ticket.
I explained that we had a 6 hour ticket for each of us, and had checked with the man at the Tobacco shop about whether that will get us back to Deiva Marina or not.
(I thought) that he had explained that we could travel as far as 40 kms for up to 6 hours unlimited in any direction.
But the train conductor corrected me and said, that ...
... than the first, and we enjoyed an incredible lunch.
The local delicacy are Anchovies....and we have been supporting the local fishing industry.
We also bought a lovely plate and bowls to enjoy olives, pesto and all other antipastos when we get home.
The third village we visited was Corniglia. It is right up in the mountains.
We were very fortunate to have been paying attention and managed to catch a bus up the side ...