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An ideal choice for a break to regain
your inner harmony and be at peace with nature, Agriturismo Sognando
Villa Edera has the warm,discrete glamour of one of the most
welcoming country villas. Each guest will be amazed by the beauty of
the landscape and by the warm hospitality of the owners.Situated just 3Km from the sea,with 5
fully equipped apartments that have been completely restored
... gelato after all of that. Walked down the narrow alleys to a gorgeous panoramic view of the ocean. Tried to share my ice cream with a couple of cats but got the brush off. With a broken heart I caught the train to Manarola.
I almost skipped Manarola and now I'm so glad I didn't. I think it may have been my favorite of the towns! It was just so pretty. I checked out another cemetery (naturally) and stumbled upon a macaw. After a quick ...
We took our first train ride from Venice to Florence in 1st Class with plenty of leg room and AC, all the while talking about our 2nd leg of the trip. The Cinque Terre! So from Florence we hopped on a regional train to La Spezia. We had a little hiccup in the La Spezia train terminal connecting to our destination, Manarola. Seems like one of the Italian customs is to post schedules on their boards but not follow them! Lost an ...
... 400 steps below the town. Quite a little hike in 90 degree heat. But that was just a warm-up for what came after our tour of the town.
After about thirty minutes walking around town, we began our hike. Now, normally, there is a trail that goes along the coast all the way between the five towns called Via dell'Amore ("The Walk of Love). But due to a landslide a couple years ago, and the poor economy not allowing for repairs, the short, direct trail between Corniglia ...
... takes about 2 minutes straight through the hill. We didn't take his advice but 2/3 way up the first hill decided that his advice was good and the photo we got was good enough. The rough, steep, precarious path was more adventure than we were looking for so we bailed out and made our way back down. Sweat was our friend by this time.
Swim before lunch at the area shown in the photos. Not really sure what to call it - not strictly a rock ...