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... br> We had a look around each of the villages, Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, getting the train between each one. You can walk between them as well and we had intended to walk between the last two, however we only got part of the way before the path was closed by a locked gate.
They are all have their ...
... would be involved as this is the only one of the five Cinque Terre towns not to have a glamourous beachfront. However this means that there are spectacular views looking back over the bay – and is that Monterosso in the distance? This is much more of a traditional village than any of the others, although there is no shortage of eating and drinking establishments. I guess tourists tend to do those steps once and don’t tend to repeat the ...
... Walking quickly along the beach. When the sun is setting, walking quickly is no easy task. Seriously though, I felt so pulled to the sand, pebbles and crashing waves. Alas, we made it in time to see the man carved into the cliff [We later saw pictures of the original statue, and he used to have legs, much more detailed features, and was holding a giant clam! The storms here seem mighty, as evidenced by the pictures on display in many of the local shops, so this statue ...
... got our stuff settled then walked back to the hotel for their 2-5pm buffet of pasta, fruit and bread. Yay for fruit! The owners heated up the already cooked pasta in a pan with pesto or tomato sauce. Pesto is a local specialty, and it was delicious!! The kids wanted to relax in the room, but we convinced them to walk to the beach, and after 20 minutes, they convinced us they needed swim suits. So we walked back to the hotel, 'donned swim suits and went back to the ...
A day in Split, an overnight ferry ride, and four trains later, we are now in Cinque Terre, Italy. Vernazza, to be exact, which is the fourth of the five towns if you're going north. Before we get into how beautiful the view is from our terrace, let's backtrack to yesterday morning. Another early morning ferry ride took us from Hvar to Split, by far the largest city we visited in Croatia. We promptly dropped our bags at the ferry terminal, and started exploring ...