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After a really good breakfast this morning - finally I didn't have to eat bread! Had so much selection - eggs, cheese, fruit, yogurt, and a pile of other things. What a relief. I have been forcing my self to eat bread with lots of butter every morning since that's all there was, and I didn't want to run out of energy while hiking. I am writing this on the train to Riomaggiore, Italy (Cinque Terre). Thanks to the Eurail trip planner app I was able to ...
Today we left the very pretty village of Ste. Agnès. We were served probably our best breakfast yet. Yes, there were croissants and bread, but we also got a cheese plate. The service in the hotel was really great. [John: It's tough to separate the friendliness/snarkiness of the hosts from the actually quality/upkeep of the facilities. Ste Agnes was a hot stucco box of a room (with only one outlet and a wallpapered ceiling) but the hosts were so welcoming that it seemed ...
So, this was likely our last long hike of the week. We hiked somewhere around 16-19km from 10am to 4pm on quite the heat. This is a pretty town perched on a hill above Menton. Views of the riviera and of the mountains... We walked up to the top of the hill (after showers, and now we're all sweaty again!) and got an incredible view, plus explored the ruins of an ancient castle. The staff here are really great. The main ...
Since we are staying two nights in Sospel, and the temperature is really hot, we are enjoying a bit of a day off from hiking. The other option was a 17.5km hike. No thanks! Instead, we used the guide given to us by OnFoot Holidays to tour the medieval town of Sospel. It dates back to at least 1095, and exists as it was an easy passage (vs the mountains) for the transport of salt. The town ...
... Valley. The permanent population there numbers 40, and the summer population brings it up to 100. Beautiful spot, with a beautiful old church at the top of the hill, plus a tiny chapel in the main part of town. No stores at all, and we were dying for sugary drinks. At least they had outdoor taps with potable water so that we could refill our Platypus packs. A local was staring at us, so I started talking to her. We were going to blow through the town but she pretty much made us go ...