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... t reopen after lunch for another hour, so it was time to try somewhere else. According to Google Maps it was just 12 minutes along the coast road to Sestri Levante, so we set off. We presently came on a set of red traffic lights that led into a one lane tunnel, so we stopped at the line, and waited. And waited. And tried to figure out what this white sign was that had a bunch of Italian and "00, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50" written on it. Did that seriously ...
... except for the fact that there was no reception and no one at my accommodation to meet me. I was pretty early so we decided to have some lunch and come back later, as standing with my bags in the rain talking to an intercom system that I couldn't hear didn't seem like the best option. We got some lunch at this little cafe place which appeared to be very popular, as we noticed many people walk past and then double take at the sign before heading in to get some food. It must have ...
... was definitely setting in and we instead just had a lazy morning and relaxed in the sun outside the hotel until the shuttle was ready to take us down to the station. When we finally got down to the beach, our train wasn't for another three or so hours so the boys went and haggled and hired some beach chairs and umbrellas for the next few hours. Monterosso al Mare being the only village with a beach is really overrun by tourists in the height of summer (from what I've ...
... more tunnels to Bonassola but these are now open for push bikes and pedestrians only. Instead the road takes you over the mountains. On our way we came across a marble quarry, work had stopped as it was lunch time. If you look at the pictures you might just be able to see one of the guy’s motorbikes on top of a container. I wonder if he knows it’s up there?.
... way it capped a great night.
Day 2: Trek from Manarola to Corniglia
After such an amazing night, a trek was required to; 1- burn some kilojoules & 2- see some beautiful sights. The hardest part of the trip however was finding the path to the next town (it would have been easier if the costal track was open, however due to the flooding & landslides of October 2011 that path was closed).
Once we found the correct path ...