Golf Hotel Forte dei Marmi
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Friday morning was the start of our two day excursion to Italy! Our original plan was to drive all the way to Florence, stopping through Cinque Terre on our way. Cinque Terre is the most delightful trap you will ever find yourself in. This was my second time visiting this gorgeous area along the Italia Riviera and both times I have felt like a little kid being pulled out of a toy store. The pictures of Cinque Terre truly do speak for themselves.
We finally ...
... come I think. Eventually it was a bus that delivered me to Milano Centrale train station. From there I had instructions to exit by the main entrance and 'find the street in the left of the station' . From the bus I had seen the street I was heading for -about 2 minutes before we'd arrived. But I followed the instructions, and ended up making a very large circle a couple of blocks wider than necessary before I eventually found Oscar and Paola's apartment. The instruction 'left of ...
... when we found out that only one coastal path was opened, although you could walk on the higher paths. So we started in Monterosso, the most northern village, and walked back to Vernazza. It took about 2 hours and was a fabulous walk with spectacular scenery. It was pretty steep at the beginning and parts were only just wide enough for one person. The view was fantastic though. When we reached Vernazza, we caught the ferry again back ...
... couple of possibilities we head home to pack and to rest up.
What a perfect night our last night is. We are able to get a good table at the spot we had looked at earlier. The breeze has died down and we see a sunset over the Ligurian Sea, a beautiful glow of pink clouds reflected in the water while we share almond crusted salmon and toast our last day on the Riviera.
... at the ground trying not to fall on the now treacherous trail. Lemoncino and viagara can make up for any afternoon spent in the rain When we made it into Monterosso we were experiencing the particular uncomfortable combination between soaked, hot, and clammy that can only be achieved through hiking in a rain jacket. Our look was something akin to drowned rat. Nevertheless, we were ready to explore. Our favourite shop type has been one with local ...