Hotel Club i Pini
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... the wall isn't actually a rectangle, there were a few. I actually had a compass on my phone, but it seemed a shame to bring it up at the time. :-) We finished the day eating a sumptuous meal at a restaurant recommended by our host and we all went home with what Phil now refers to as "Lasagne Belly". This is where you have eaten so much Lasagne (or food of your choice) that walking, talking, laying or in fact breathing is an effort. Sleep came slowly that night. Tomorrow...........off ...
... said, it was really relaxing. I am pretty tired from hiking, however, and the heat was at times unbearable. The apartment didn't have air conditioning, and the ventilation wasn't that great either so I have to imagine it was high 80's at night in our room, and 90's during the day every day as we walked through the towns. I'll be happy to have air conditioning in the car for the next two days as we recover from the heat!"
... warm home made pizza! Sssoo delicious. I waved the group goodbye and decided to relax at this site. I went for a little scroll around the few alley ways and up to the lookout church. I was happy for this break since my hands were beginning to blister. The group came back after an hour and they had another break here before we all kayaked back to the cars. Most of the crowd left for home after this last stop, but three of us remained for one more night. So ...
... destination! The good news is that now we are at the front of the line!
As the little boats pulled into the rock landing to load the passengers, our motion sickness people turn the little green! Between the Dramamine and the motion sickness wristbands, everybody did fairly well on the ride to Monterosso. But no one wanted to repeat the journey another day!
We stopped first In Vernazza and found a place for lunch near the harbor. ...
... in Monterosso, the largest of the towns clinging to the coast before catching the train to número tre, Cornighlia. Cornighlia's claim to fame is that it is not at sea level and the ferries don't stop there. It is high on a cliff! 400 steps up from the station. We conquered the steps and celebrated with a Gelati before going down the 400 steps! Just missed the train to Manarola and had to an hour to wait for another one! Bugger! I hear you ask, ...