Albergo La Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I think I last left you at Milano, despite there being bugger-all photos, but I'm sorry, but the wifi is so **** here that I tried several times, and wasted a couple of hours of my sleep-time trying to get the bloody things to load, but to no avail....Because I have a heap of what I think are pretty good photos, I might add a link later on to let you browse at your leisure, if you are interested, because I know some will be receiving this on their phones, and I don't want ...
to Deiva Marina
We drove to Deiva Marina
yesterday and found a campsite a couple of kilometres from the railway station.
Today we cycled down to the railway station and caught the train to Riomaggiore
in the Cinque Terre National Park. It is a UNESCO World heritage centre since
1997 to protect the five small villages that perch precariously on the steep
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 ...
... town a few train stops away from the famous Cinque Terre. Bit of a run down campground was Valdeiva but it had very friendly staff (which is a nice change), included a free shuttle bus to the train station (so we could walk the Sentiero Azzurro) and was back around the 30 euro / night price range (phew).
In the morning we loaded up the backpacks, popped on the old hiking boots and got on the train - heading for Corniglia… ...
... through every mountain it comes across so while it's quite beautiful to see Italy this way, the speeds of the tollway are insane. Actually I don't know if there are speed limits because it's mostly either "110", or "End 110", and in the End 110 areas the majority of the cars do 140-150, sometimes more. At those speeds, the wind on the Rockster is full on, and it can be a little nerve wracking as you're rounding a bend while overtaking a truck ...