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... time!! We brought chairs down from the apartment so that we did not have to rent chairs, and it was absolutely wonderful. It was a pebble/rock beach, within a small, sheltered cove. We swam, laid in the sun, and it was perfect.
We eventually made it back to our room to shower, stopping at the grocery store for breakfast first, and then went to dinner. I had gnocchi, I think, with a side of grilled vegetables. It was, obviously, delicious. A couple ...
... too small a town to have one! We checked the train schedule and saw that we could get a train fairly quickly back to Bonassola, so we bought our tickets. Once we learned that the train was delayed 30 minutes, we unpacked our lunch and ate it by the track. A nice man from the Netherlands came over and talked to us about his excursions and gave us some ideas for places we might get to over the next few days. He, too, had just walked over from Bonassola with his wife. ...
Elle and I had to wait until 13.50 or something silly to get out train out of Florence, so we spent the morning in a cafe Skyping and sipping delicious Italian coffees. It was only a 2 hour(ish) train to La Spezia where we just missed the connecting train to Cinque Terre by literally thirty seconds. So then we had to wait almost an hour for the next one, and there isn't much to do at La Spezia train station. It was quarter to 5 by the time we landed at Riomaggiore, and then ...
... court as an investigation has to be done. I never did see them take her body away as, I too, continued along with my day as others did. I felt a bit guilty after witnessing this tragedy, but there was nothing I could do.
I took the train to Manarola for some early evening photos. The buildings there seem to be built right into the stone hillside and are especially colorful. The skies were lovely and made it easy to get some ...
... wall! The last few carriages didn’t make it onto the platform and with our backpacks we wouldn’t have fit between the train and the wall. So we bolted through the train, struggling to open the broken doors, hoping the train would stay long enough for us to get off – only just. Lesson learnt, next time we’ll sit in the middle of the train.
Cinque Terre (5 lands) is comprised of 5 small Italian villages set amongst the hills ...