Grand Hotel Dei Castelli
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... a stream of traffic waiting at their red traffic light. You'd think they'd make tunnels big enough for two lanes, but no. After just 2 or 3 minutes we emerged into the town of Moneglia, and faced another traffic light. But this time the traffic light only went green for 1 minute every 20 minutes, so we had another long wait. This tunnel was quite long, it took about 8 or 9 minutes to travel through, and emerges right in Sestri Levante. What a crazy ...
... to sort things out. He let me put my bags in the room but it wouldn't be ready for another half an hour. He gave me the keys so it was all good, and I was able to look around Monterosso without lugging my bags around. We did a bit of shopping and then the girls decided to head back to Riomaggiore, as they were a little disappointed they couldn't do any of the walk due to the weather. After we said goodbye, I headed up to my room and checked in. It was extremely small, ...
The forecast for today was rain, but good fortune has pushed that away yet again. Instead it's only sun & cloud. Though the sea is pretty choppy - glad we went to the beach yesterday. The coastal trail from Levanto to Monterosso had been recommended to us, so we caught the train north to the town of Levanto and then began the long hike back. The path had plenty of climbing, but was wider and a little less ...
... with a walnut sauce.
After a most enjoyable lunch we carried on to Levanto were we had our dessert, two scoops of Gelato (Ice Cream) in a sugar cone, delicious!
Thursday 28th it’s chucking it down to today so it’s a stay at home day.
Friday 29th The weather is a bit better today, just drizzle, so we went down to town to buy a Disco ...
... was pretty and sits a lot higher from the ocean than Manarola. We had a light lunch and decided a train trip back was a better option to rest wearied legs.
Seafood dinner, vino and beers followed as we met and hung out with some new friends (an Aussie working in Amsterdam - Jason & his Dutch girlfriend Astrid. I think we will be catching up with these guys again in Holland.
Day 3: Manarola to Monterosso Al Mare
We packed up ...