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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 ...
... eating sand was amazing. After our swim we wandered the streets of our small bay admiring the many gift stores and restaurants. We settled on a small pizzeria for dinner and had the most delicious pizzas. So fresh and with that typical thin Italian base not overly filling. Rest assured we both had enough room after dinner for gelato.
The following morning we tried to get up relatively early to beat the heat and fellow hikers as we wanted to hike the ...
... good friend Rick. So we got some delicious gelato (Mom and I, feeling lost, decided to copy Camden’s flavors so we would be pleased. The three of us got chocolate hazelnut and cream, Ethan got lemon and stracciatella, and Dad got cream of Vernazza and pistachio), took the train back to Manarola, and returned to the hostel. We had a wonderful dinner there. Dad ordered a magnificent and scrumptious gnocchi with pesto, Cam got some ...
... 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?.
... Riomaggiore and Manarola and the Sea Hike between Monterosso and Vernazza. The tourism office did inform me that the entire system of National Parks of Cinque Terre is one big UNESCO World Heritage site. Before heading out, I stopped for a Cappuccino and Brioche at a seaside café to prepare for the day. I put on my running shoes because the tourism guide told me the hike between Monterosso could be wet and a little strenuous, and thank goodness I wore them. The nature hike ...